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Now add the numbers together.
Mix the flour together with the milk.
The cover is made from small patches of cloth sewn together.
The pages have stuck together!
Get all your things together and be ready to leave immediately.
Marion was rubbing her hands together and trying to get warm.
They were still all together when I left.
Kevin, Jack, and Dave share a house together.
Bob and I worked together many years ago.
All the parties must work together on this issue.
During the talks, the two sides came a little closer together.
Everyone arrived together at around four o'clock.
Their two salaries together give them quite a nice income.
Janice and Peter have been together four years now.
When did the Petersons get back together?
Your sandwich, together with Carl's salad, came to £8.50.
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a new word or phrase invented in the hope that it will become generally used
the distance from the centre of a circle to its edge, or a straight line from the centre to the edge
a collection of debris, mostly consisting of plastic, which moves around in the sea …
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