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verb (tr, adverb)
to assemble hurriedly
to cause to become casually acquainted
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throw together

1

Assemble hurriedly, as in I just threw together some salad and took it along. [Early 1700s]

2

Cause to associate, as in Their parents were always throwing the young couple together hoping they would like each other. [Early 1800s]

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