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gathering US English

An assembly or meeting, especially a social or festive one or one held for a specific purpose

gather US English

Come together; assemble or accumulate

storm clouds in storm cloud US English

Used in reference to a threatening or ominous state of affairs

regather US English

Collect or gather (something) again

gather way in gather US English

(Of a ship) begin to move

gather way US English

(Of a ship) begin to move

gather dust in dust US English

Remain unused

gather dust US English

Remain unused

newsgathering US English

The process of researching news items, especially those for broadcast or publication

woolgathering US English

Indulgence in aimless thought or dreamy imagining; absentmindedness

momentum US English

The impetus and driving force gained by the development of a process or course of events

steam US English

Energy and momentum or impetus

gather one's wits in wit1 US English

Allow oneself to think calmly and clearly in a demanding situation

gather one's wits US English

Allow oneself to think calmly and clearly in a demanding situation

gathering US Thesaurus

she rose to address the gathering

gathering English-Spanish

reunión f

news-gathering English-Spanish

recopilación

the gathering storm in gathering English-Spanish

la tormenta que se avecina (

a hush fell over the gathering in hush English-Spanish

se hizo silencio en la reunión

the typewriters are just gathering dust in gather English-Spanish

las máquinas de escribir están ahí sin hacer nada


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