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to·geth·er / təˈge[voicedth]ər/ • adv. 1. with or in proximity to another person or people: together they climbed the dark stairs they stood together in the kitchen. ∎  so as to touch or combine: she held her hands together as if she were praying pieces of wood nailed together. ∎  in combination; collectively: taken together, these measures would significantly improve people's chances of surviving a tornado. ∎  into companionship or close association: the experience has brought us together. ∎  (of two people) married or in a sexual relationship with each other: they split up after ten years together. ∎  so as to be united or in agreement: he won the confidence of the government and the rebels, but could not bring the two sides together. 2. at the same time: they both spoke together. 3. without interruption; continuously: she sits for hours together in the lotus position. • adj. inf. self-confident, level-headed, or well organized: she seems a very together young woman. PHRASES: together with as well as; along with: their meal arrived, together with a carafe of red wine.

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together into one company OE., in one company or body XIII. ME. togedere, repl. togadere, OE. tōgædere = MDu. tegadere (Du. -er); f. * TO + *gad-, as in OE. gæd fellowship, ġegada associate; cf. GATHER.

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togetherblather, foregather, gather, slather •farther, father, lather, rather •grandfather • stepfather • godfather •forefather •altogether, feather, heather, leather, nether, tether, together, weather, wether, whether •bather • sunbather •bequeather, breather •dither, hither, slither, swither, thither, whither, wither, zither •either, neither •bother, pother •Rhondda • mouther • loather •smoother, soother •another, brother, mother, other, smother, t'other •grandmother • stepmother •godmother • housemother •stepbrother • further

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Together ★★½ He Ni Zaiyiqi 2002 (PG)

Sentimental story about a musical prodigy, his dad, and the “new” China. With many of the restrictions of the Cultural Revolution a thing of the past, Western classical music is once more taught and performed. Violin prodigy Liu Xiaochun (Tang, who does his own playing) is 13 and his father Li Cheng (Liu) is deter mined to make the most of the boy's talents though the family is poor. Cheng and Xiaochun head to Beijing for an important musical competition and the boy makes an impressive showing. So much so, that his father is able to persuade a crancky but talent teacher (Wang) to mentor Xiaochun. While in the big city, the lad also becomes infatuated with beautiful new neighbor Lili (Chen), a model with a consumeroriented lifestyle from whom he receives important lessons about sacrifice and friendship. Mandarin with subtitles. 116m/C VHS, DVD . CH KN Yun Tang, Peiqi Liu, Zhiwen Wang, Hong Chen, Chen Kaige; D: Chen Kaige; W: Chen Kaige, Xiaolu Xue; C: Hyungkoo Kim; M: Lin Zhao.

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