If you say that two things go together, or that one thing goes together with another, you mean that they go well with each other or cannot be separated from each other.
If people band together, they meet and act as a group in order to try and achieve something.
If people club together to do something, they all give money towards the cost of it.
When people get together, they meet in order to discuss something or to spend time together.
If two people or groups hang together, they stay with each other and support each other even though they may disagree on some things.
If you hold a group of people together, you help them to live or work together without arguing, although they may have different aims, attitudes, or interests.
If two people are not married but live in the same house and have a sexual relationship, you can say that they live together .
If a number of different people or things are lumped together, they are considered as a group rather than separately.
If people pull together, they help each other or work together in order to deal with a difficult situation .
If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used.
You use together with to mention someone or something else that is also involved in an action or situation .
If you say that someone has cobbled something together, you mean that they have made or produced it roughly or quickly.
If you knock something together, you make it or build it very quickly, using whatever materials are available .
If you patch something together, you form it from a number of parts in a quick, hurried way.
If you piece together the truth about something, you gradually discover it.
If you scrape together an amount of money or a number of things, you succeed in obtaining it with difficulty.
If two people are sleeping together, they are having a sexual relationship, but are not usually married to each other.
If people stick together, they stay with each other and support each other.
If you string things together, you form something from them by adding them to each other, one at a time.
If you throw something together, for example a meal or a costume, you make it quickly and not very carefully.
to join (two smooth flat surfaces, esp slip gauges ) by hand pressure and a slight twisting movement
makeshift ; roughly made from disparate elements
to assemble with difficulty
get it together:
to achieve one's full potential, either generally as a person or in a particular field of activity
put heads together:
to consult or scheme together
pull oneself together:
to regain one's self-control or composure
get your act together:
to take control of yourself and organize your activities more effectively in order to be more successful
get one's act together:
to become organized or prepared
get one's shit together:
to become organized or have one's affairs in order
put their heads together:
to consult together
put your heads together:
to try to solve a problem together with other people
If people or things bunch up or bunch together, or if you bunch them up or bunch them together, they move close to each other so that they form a small tight group.
keep body and soul together:
to earn enough money to buy the basic things that you need to live
knock people's heads together:
to force people who are disagreeing to reach an agreement
put two and two together:
If you put two and two together, you work out the truth about something for yourself, by using the information that is available to you.
to get your act together:
If you get your act together, you organize your life or your affairs so that you are able to achieve what you want or to deal with something effectively.
to put your heads together:
If two or more people put their heads together, they talk about a problem they have and try to solve it.
birds of a feather flock together:
said to mean that people from the same group or with the same interests like to be with each other
not have two pennies to rub together:
to have very little money
If you sleep with someone, you have sex with them.
If you knock something up, you make it or build it very quickly, using whatever materials are available .
to keep body and soul together hold body and soul together:
If you keep body and soul together, you have enough money to provide what you need to live .
to bang two peoples' heads together to knock peoples' heads together:
If you bang peoples' heads together or knock their heads together, you tell them off severely for doing something wrong or for not doing something they were asked to do.