put together

put together

  1. (transitive) To assemble, construct, build or formulate.
    If you try to put together the model kit yourself, be very careful not to break any of the pieces.
    We'll need to put together a plan if we want to get this project finished.
Translations Adjective
  1. In total.
    Alaska has more land than Texas and Oklahoma put together.
  2. (especially with an adjective indicating degree) Stable and sound psychologically and hence in other respects; competent and responsible.
  • French: réuni
  • Italian: messe assieme
  • Russian: вместе взятых
  • Spanish: en conjunto

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