Verb: get together

Meaning: to spend time together.

Let’s get together.

We should get together.

We’ll get together soon.

Let’s get together again.

Let’s get together again!

Let’s get together tonight.

We got together in the park.

We get together once a year.

Let’s get together tomorrow.

Let’s get together on Sunday.

We get together once a month.

Can we get together for lunch?

When shall we get together next?

Let’s get together in my office.

We should get together sometime.

Ask him when to get together next.

Do you want to get together later?

Maybe we could get together later.

Great! Let’s get together sometime.

Let’s get together again next year.

Let’s get together and talk it over.

Let’s get together here once a week.

They like to get together and drink.

I thought we could get together later.

Let’s get together later this evening.

Let’s get together tonight at my house.

But his friends got together to help him.

Do you want to get together this weekend?

Let’s get together again tomorrow evening.

I’d like to get together with you tonight.

We must get together for a drink some time.

Let’s get together and talk about old times.

Let’s get together and talk about the matter.

We get together in the hut and eat and drink.

I’d like to get together as soon as possible.

We should get together every couple of months.

We made a habit of getting together regularly.

We got together for short meeting after dinner.

We make it a rule to get together at intervals.

They planned to get together here at 7 o’clock.

Maybe we could get together tomorrow afternoon.

Let’s get together when I get back from Boston.

We all try to get together at least once a year.

Do you suppose we can get together some evening?

Tom suggested we get together for a drink later.

How would you like to get together this weekend?

Tom and Mary like to get together and play cards.

Would you like to get together again next weekend?

Maybe we could get together sometime and have lunch.

We make it a rule to get together at regular intervals.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to talk.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to chat.

Tom and his friends love to get together and play music.

Let’s get together the next time you come back to Boston.

Do you like fishing? Maybe we could get together sometime.

Let’s get together for dinner the next time you’re in Boston.

If we have the chance, let’s get together on another occasion.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to shoot the breeze.

I hope we can get together again. Yes, I’ll be looking forward to it.

We all got together and bought Tom a gift certificate for his birthday.

I thought it might be a good idea for us to get together and talk about it.

Both young and old, men and women, regularly get together at the local bathhouses.

We should get together.

We’ll get together soon.

Let’s get together again.

Let’s get together again!

Let’s get together tonight.

We got together in the park.

We get together once a year.

Let’s get together tomorrow.

Let’s get together on Sunday.

We get together once a month.

Can we get together for lunch?

When shall we get together next?

Let’s get together in my office.

We should get together sometime.

Ask him when to get together next.

Do you want to get together later?

Maybe we could get together later.

Great! Let’s get together sometime.

Let’s get together again next year.

Let’s get together and talk it over.

Let’s get together here once a week.

They like to get together and drink.

I thought we could get together later.

Let’s get together later this evening.

Let’s get together tonight at my house.

But his friends got together to help him.

Do you want to get together this weekend?

Let’s get together again tomorrow evening.

I’d like to get together with you tonight.

We must get together for a drink some time.

Let’s get together and talk about old times.

Let’s get together and talk about the matter.

We get together in the hut and eat and drink.

I’d like to get together as soon as possible.

We should get together every couple of months.

We made a habit of getting together regularly.

We got together for short meeting after dinner.

We make it a rule to get together at intervals.

They planned to get together here at 7 o’clock.

Maybe we could get together tomorrow afternoon.

Let’s get together when I get back from Boston.

We all try to get together at least once a year.

Do you suppose we can get together some evening?

Tom suggested we get together for a drink later.

How would you like to get together this weekend?

Tom and Mary like to get together and play cards.

Would you like to get together again next weekend?

Maybe we could get together sometime and have lunch.

We make it a rule to get together at regular intervals.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to talk.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to chat.

Tom and his friends love to get together and play music.

Let’s get together the next time you come back to Boston.

Do you like fishing? Maybe we could get together sometime.

Let’s get together for dinner the next time you’re in Boston.

If we have the chance, let’s get together on another occasion.

Bill and John like to get together once a month to shoot the breeze.

I hope we can get together again. Yes, I’ll be looking forward to it.

We all got together and bought Tom a gift certificate for his birthday.

I thought it might be a good idea for us to get together and talk about it.

Both young and old, men and women, regularly get together at the local bathhouses.

Meaning: Meet socially

We GOT TOGETHER in the pub for a drink.