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The definition of word "together":
+26 rate 1. cooperatively, simultaneously; in the vicinity of another person; interacting with each other
+3 rate 2. A T THE S A M E T I M E (adv) (not gradable) at the same time Everyone seemed to arrive together. We can deal with the next two items on the list together. These two factors are of course related and must be considered together.
+1 rate 3. stable with regard to the mind and in an emotional manner; well organized
+1 rate 4. dance To bring the feet together with a change of weight
rate 5. happy, successful; with it. Usage example: Cathy is really together. She's knows how she wants to live and she's doing it.
rate 6. "happy, successful; get it together, with it" Cathy is really together; She's knows how she wants to live and she's doing it.
rate 7. capable and calm; in control of oneself: "She was a very together person"
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We have found the following latin words and translations for "together":
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