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To meet together as a group

flash mob

verb

to suddenly gather in a public place, do something for a short time, and quickly go away again

meet

verb

to come together with other people as a group in order to discuss something formally or officially

gather

verb

if people gather, or if someone gathers them, they come together in one place to see or do something

get together

if people get together, they meet in order to do something or to spend time together

assemble

verb

to come together and form a group

convene

verb

to arrange a formal meeting, or to gather for a meeting

congregate

verb

to gather together in a group

flock

verb

to gather together in a large group, usually because there is something interesting or exciting

meet with

to have a formal meeting with someone

muster

verb

to bring people, especially soldiers, together in one place, or to gather in one place

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