[ tuh-geth-er ]
/ təˈgɛð ər /



Slang. mentally and emotionally stable and well organized: a together person.

Origin of together

before 900; late Middle English, variant of earlier togedere, togadere, Old English tōgædere; cognate with Old Frisian togadera. See to, gather

Usage note Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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British Dictionary definitions for together


/ (təˈɡɛðə) /



slang self-possessed and well-organized; mentally and emotionally stableshe's a very together lady

Word Origin for together

Old English tōgædre; related to Old Frisian togadera, Middle High German gater; see gather


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Idioms and Phrases with together


In addition to the idiom beginning with together

  • together with

also see:

  • get one's act together
  • get together
  • go together
  • hang together
  • keep body and soul together
  • knock together
  • live together
  • piece together
  • pull oneself together
  • pull together
  • put our heads together
  • put together
  • put two and two together
  • scare up (scrape together)
  • stick together
  • string together
  • throw together
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