V pl-n with together
The 'gather' group
These verbs are concerned with collecting a group of people or things together so that they make a single entity, physically or metaphorically. We include here bracket and lump, which indicate that two or more people or things are thought of as being very closely connected.
Wash the ginger, peel the garlic and blend them together in a little sunflower oil.
Claudio falls in love with Hero, Don Pedro agrees to bring them together.
Chicago and gangsters are often bracketed together.
I've gathered together six girl dancers, six boy dancers, and a nine-piece band.
There are many thick liquids that have to be mixed together.
The first time I went to a yacht club I felt really uncomfortable. In those days I couldn't string three words together.
The verbs hold, put, and scrape are sometimes used with a singular noun group. This pattern is V n with together.
blend bracket (usu passive) bring clump connect draw edit gather get group hold jumble link lump meld merge mix network pull put scrape string throw (usu passive) whisk
He had to scrape together the money to finance his latest film.