Pronunciation: (tu-ge&thslash;'ur), [key]
1. into or in one gathering, company, mass, place, or body: to call the people together.
2. into or in union, proximity, contact, or collision, as two or more things: to sew things together.
3. into or in relationship, association, business, or agreement, etc., as two or more persons: to bring strangers together.
4. taken or considered collectively or conjointly: This one cost more than all the others together.
5. (of a single thing) into or in a condition of unity, compactness, or coherence: to squeeze a thing together; The argument does not hold together well.
6. at the same time; simultaneously: You cannot have both together.
7. without intermission or interruption; continuously; uninterruptedly: for days together.
8. in cooperation; with united action; conjointly: to undertake a task together.
9. with mutual action; mutually; reciprocally: to confer together; to multiply two numbers together.
Slang.mentally and emotionally stable and well organized: a together person.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.