pl-n V together
The 'live' group
These verbs indicate that two or more people live together, start living together, or spend time with each other. We include here get, which indicates that two or more people meet by arrangement.
get live room sleep hang around/round knock around/round move in run away run off
Meals are taken in the L-shaped dining area, where walkers, climbers, paddlers and all outdoor enthusiasts get together to exchange stories of the day's and past activities.
They usually hung around together most of the time.
The relationship blossomed. They decided to live together the following year.
We'd been seeing each other for a year when he suggested we should move in together.