band together

band together
verb
form a group or unite (Freq. 1)
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The groups banded together

Syn: ↑confederate
Derivationally related forms: ↑confederation (for: ↑confederate), ↑confederate (for: ↑confederate)
Hypernyms: ↑unite, ↑unify
Verb Frames:
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ˌband to ˈgether [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they band together he/she/it bands together present participle banding together past tense banded together past participle banded together] phrasal verb
to come together as a group in order to achieve something

The various opposition groups have banded together to form a single party.

Thesaurus: to do something with someone elsesynonym
Main entry: band

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band together [phrasal verb]
: to form a group in order to do or achieve something

They banded together for protection.

If we band together, we can meet the deadline.

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Main Entry:band

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ˌband toˈgether derived
to form a group in order to achieve sth

Local people banded together to fight the drug dealers.

Main entry:bandderived

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