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verb
(intr, adverb) to cooperate or work harmoniously
pull oneself together informal to regain one's self-control or composure
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pull together

1

Make a joint effort, cooperate, as in If we pull together, I'm sure we'll meet our quota. [Late 1700s]

2

pull something together. Assemble or gather together, as in Once we pull together all the facts, we'll understand the situation. [Late 1800s] Also see pull oneself together.

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