1. phrasal verb
If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used.
[V n P] ⇒ He took it apart brick by brick, and put it back together again.
[V P n] ⇒ The factories no longer relied upon a mechanic to put together looms within the plant.
2. phrasal verb
If you put together a group of people or things, you form them into a team or collection.
[V P n] ⇒ It will be able to put together a governing coalition.
[V n P] ⇒ He is trying to put a team together for next season.
3. phrasal verb
→ put If you put together an agreement, plan, or product, you design and create it.
[V P n] ⇒ We wouldn't have time to put together an agreement.
[V P n (not pron)] ⇒ Reports speak of Berlin putting together an aid package for Moscow.
[V n P] ⇒ We got to work on putting the book together.
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