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To do something with someone else

join in

to do an activity with people who are already doing it

share

verb

to do something or to be responsible for something with someone else

pull together

if people pull together, they work together to achieve something

unite

verb

if people, groups, or countries unite, they join together, often to work together to achieve a particular goal

knit

verb

to join together or work together as one group or unit, or to make people or things do this

cooperate

verb

to work with other people to achieve a result that is good for everyone involved

collaborate

verb

to work secretly to help an enemy or opponent

get in with

to begin to be involved with a particular person or group

mobilize

verb

if you mobilize a group of people, or if they mobilize, they come together in order to achieve something

partner

verb

to be someone’s partner in an activity, especially a dance, competition, or game

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