Gather or assemble socially or to cooperate.
- It was quite a mythical fusion of local bands and collectives getting together and being creative.
- We have all donated individually but collectively we want to get together and do something quite big.
- Every fortnight they get together to socialise and work on different projects.
An informal gathering: a family get-together at my parents' house entertainment industry get-togethers
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- Teachers held barbeque parties, potluck suppers and luncheons that served as musical get-togethers in an informal atmosphere.
- Consequently, family get-togethers during traditional festivals are becoming difficult for such people.
- The annual holiday is usually marked by family get-togethers over a traditional meal of turkey, sweet potatoes and apple pie.
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