Definition Gather

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Definition

to gather (together): to collect, to get together, to accumulate
verb

to gather around, round: to come together in a place, to encircle
verb
Pronunciation examples
UK: Let's go into the forest and gather some magic mushrooms.
US: I spent all morning gathering books to catalogue.

Examples

  • "After examining the crime scene and talking to Delavigne employees, Inspector Daphne Rathbone has gathered the following information"
  • "The goal of these focus groups is to gather internal feedback about a couple of new products we're considering."
  • "As you know, every four years, we gather to watch some of the world's palest athletes skate, ski and slide to Olympic glory for their country."
  • "Vicar : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of two young lovers, eager to forge a union in the eyes of God, which is to last forever and ever."
  • "So I say to all the entrepreneurs gathered here tonight, go out there and network with as many people as you can."
  • "Reverend : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here to mourn the passing of Philip Cheeter, sadly eaten by a bear before his time."
  • "Everyone gather together."
  • "He often visited the garden, where he gathered lavender, lilac and jasmine."
  • "Philip : Ok, sales people, drop the phones for a minute and gather round the Sales King - me!"
  • "Brian : Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to mourn the passing of Bruno Delavigne, a man who left us far too soon."

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