See parent entry: → get
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (meet)reunirselet's all get together for a drink sometimea ver cuándo nos reunimos or juntamos para tomar algothey got together to discuss the problemse reunieron para tratar el problemato get together
withsomebodyreunirse con alguien1.2 (join forces)(nations/unions)why don't we get together to buy her a present?
unirse¿por qué no le regalamos algo juntos?1.3 (become couple, team) [colloquial]juntarse
- 2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (assemble)(people/documents/money)we're getting a band together
reunirestamos formando un conjuntoget your things together, we're goingjunta or recoge tus cosas que nos vamos
- 3verb + object + adverb 3.1 (reconcile)(people/couple)3.2 (sort out, make effective) [colloquial]
reconciliar(life)if we could get our technique together …
poner en ordensi pudiéramos perfeccionar nuestra técnica …they seem to have got themselves together at lastparece que por fin se han organizadoto get it togetheras a journalist, he never managed to get it togethernunca llegó a ser un buen periodistaI can't get it together to organize the vacationno consigo organizarme para arreglar lo de las vacaciones
- [colloquial] we must have a (little) get-together soona ver si nos reunimos un día de estosExample sentences
- 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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