French translation of 'get together'
se réunir ⧫ se retrouver
Could we get together this evening? Pourrait-on se retrouver ce soir ?
separable transitive verbget
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Example Sentences Including 'get together'
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Opinions differ as to why bands get together.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
So getting together to make something in the same space was an important step towards our target.The Sun (2012)
They have become my true pals and we often get together to discuss the trials of homework and domestic discipline.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We have this thing called the Monday night club, when we get together and do something fun.The Sun (2009)
You discover the showbiz side of your personality when friends get together to raise money for a charity.The Sun (2014)
He said they could earn money if they got together.The Sun (2007)
He said: 'We spoke quite a lot and he was often keen to get together and do something new.The Sun (2014)
How did the band get together?The Sun (2007)
'get together' in Other Languages
British English: get together /ɡɛt təˈɡɛðə/ VERB
When people get together, they meet in order to discuss something or to spend time together.
This is a time for families to get together and enjoy themselves.
- American English: get together
- Arabic: يَجْتَمِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: encontrar com alguém
- Chinese: 聚集
- Croatian: sastati se
- Czech: sejít se
- Danish: mødes
- Dutch: bijeenkomen
- European Spanish: reunirse
- Finnish: kokoontua
- French: se réunir
- German: zusammenkommen
- Greek: συναντιέμαι
- Italian: riunirsi
- Japanese: 集まる
- Korean: 모이다
- Norwegian: komme sammen
- Polish: zebrać
- European Portuguese: reunir
- Romanian: a se reuni
- Russian: собираться вместе
- Spanish: juntarse
- Swedish: träffas
- Thai: สังสรรค์
- Turkish: bir araya gelmek
- Ukrainian: зустрічатися
- Vietnamese: gặp gỡ
Translation of get together from the Collins English to French Dictionary