band together

band together
Synonyms and related words:
accompany, act in concert, act together, affiliate, ally, amalgamate, associate, associate with, assort with, attend, band, be in cahoots, be in league, bunch, bunch up, cabal, cement a union, centralize, club, club together, coact, coalesce, collaborate, collude, combine, come together, companion, concert, concord, concur, confederate, consociate, consolidate, consort with, conspire, cooperate, couple, couple with, do business with, federalize, federate, flock together, fuse, gang, gang up, get heads together, get together, go along with, go in partners, go in partnership, go partners, go with, hang around with, hang together, harmonize, herd together, hold together, hook up, hook up with, join, join forces, join fortunes with, join in, join together, join up with, join with, keep company with, keep together, league, league together, make common cause, marry, merge, organize, pair, pair off, partner, play ball, pull together, put heads together, reciprocate, run with, stand together, stand up with, team up, team up with, team with, throw in together, throw in with, tie in, tie in with, tie up, tie up with, unionize, unite, unite efforts, unite with, wait on, wed, work together

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  • band together — index adhere (fasten), combine (act in concert), concur (agree), connect (join together) …   Law dictionary

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  • band together — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms band together : 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 to come together as a group… …   English dictionary

  • band together — v. (D; intr., refl.) to band together against (the liberals banded together against the new legislation) * * * (D; intr., refl.) to band together against (the liberals band togethered together against the new legislation) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • band together — PHRASAL VERB If people band together, they meet and act as a group in order to try and achieve something. [V P] Women banded together to protect each other... [V P] They banded together in their own small communities …   English dictionary

  • band together — {v. phr.} To join a group to exert united force. * /The inhabitants of the ecologically threatened area banded together to stop the company from building new smokestacks./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • band together — {v. phr.} To join a group to exert united force. * /The inhabitants of the ecologically threatened area banded together to stop the company from building new smokestacks./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • band together — verb to unite, to come together Syn: join forces …   Wiktionary

  • band together — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. ally, join, gather together, confederate; see unite 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • band\ together — v. phr. To join a group to exert united force. The inhabitants of the ecologically threatened area banded together to stop the company from building new smokestacks …   Словарь американских идиом

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