- put together
- 1. verb
If you try to put together the model kit yourself, be very careful not to break any of the pieces.2. adjectivea) Combined, assembled.
Its an impressive piece of music, now that all the parts are put together.b) In total.
Alaska has more land than Texas and Oklahoma put together.
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put together — index affix, annex (add), attach (join), cement, collect (gather), commingle … Law dictionary
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