- 1in or into a single group, mass, or place
- 2in a relationship or partnership with someone
- 3in control of oneself; composed or calm
Using together: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "together" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
We worked together to finish the project.
They have been together for five years.
She managed to keep it together during the crisis.
The party was held at their house, so we all gathered together there.
The two pieces fit together perfectly.
together Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with together
You need to get it together if you want to succeed in this job.
We need to pull together if we want to win this game.
Together with his wife, he runs a successful business.
Origins of together
from Old English 'tōgædere', meaning 'into a gathering'
Summary: together in Brief
The adverb 'together' [təˈɡeðər] refers to a single group, mass, or place, as in 'We worked together to finish the project.' It also denotes a relationship or partnership, as in 'They have been together for five years.' The term can also mean being in control of oneself, as in 'She managed to keep it together during the crisis.' Phrases like 'get it together' and 'pull together' denote becoming organized or working together to achieve a common goal.