gather as much relevant data as fast as you can from as many viewpoints as possible.
The shame is that Amit and the Mossad did what spooks do with information they gather.
Every afternoon they gather at the Brufani bar and mingle with the friendly reporters.
The department has told officers they needed to gather this information multiple times in the years since.
As Democrats gather in Charlotte, N.C., the optimism is palpable.
He will preach to whatever audiences he can gather around him.
Yes, you may; but you must always ask leave before you gather a flower.
The Indians gather the fruit, small and sour as it is, to flavor their fat salmon.
But the bee said, “No, I must not be idle; I must go and gather honey.”
Dont be afraid; if I find any roses, I promise to gather them for you.
Old English gadrian, gædrian "unite, agree, assemble; gather, collect, store up," used of flowers, thoughts, persons; from Proto-Germanic *gadurojan "bring together, unite" (cf. Old English gæd "fellowship, companionship," gædeling "companion;" Middle Low German gadderen; Old Frisian gaderia; Dutch gaderen "to gather," gade "spouse;" German Gatte "husband;" Gothic gadiliggs), from PIE *ghedh- "to unite, join" (see good (adj.). Change of spelling from -d- to -th- is 1500s, reflecting earlier change in pronunciation. Related: Gathered; gathering.