- = summon up, collect, call up, marshal •
Mustering all her strength, she pulled hard on the oars.
- = rally, group, gather, assemble, round up, marshal, mobilize, call together •
The general had mustered his troops north of the border.
- = assemble, meet, come together, convene, congregate, convoke •
They mustered in the open, well wrapped and saying little.
- = assembly, meeting, collection, gathering, rally, convention, congregation, roundup, mobilization, hui (New Zealand), concourse, assemblage, convocation, runanga (New Zealand) •
He called a general muster of all soldiers.
See pass muster
- = be acceptable, qualify, measure up, make the grade, fill the bill (informal), be or come up to scratch •
I could not pass muster in this language.
'muster' in Other Languages
- British English: muster If you muster something such as support, strength, or energy, you gather as much of it as you can in order to do something. VERBHe traveled around the region trying to muster support for his movement.
- Brazilian Portuguese: reunir
- Chinese: 聚集 >支持、力量、精力等
- European Spanish: reunir
- French: rassembler
- German: aufbringen
- Italian: raccogliere
- Japanese: かき集める
- Korean: 모으다
- Portuguese: reunir
- Spanish: reunir
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