bring + together (1)
It was a minor traffic accident that brought them together.
bring + together (2)
We should bring together all the people involved.
come + together (1)
Hundreds of journalists will come together to take part in the convention in Tokyo.
come + together (2)
Finally, everything is coming together.
get + together (1)
We should get together and do something.
get + together (2)
I think Hanako and Taro should get together.
get + together (3)
It took a lot of time for me to get together after I failed the bar exam.
hold + together (1)
It is not money that holds us together.
hold + together (2)
Slowly add ice water just until mixture holds together.
live + together
Hanako and Taro have been living together for three years.
pull + together (1)
We should pull together, not pull apart.
pull + together (2)
John was crying for a long time, but finally pulled himself together.
pull + together (3)
We must find a person who can pull the project together.
put + together (1)
Kim is putting together a plan for the training program.
put + together (2)
Tom took apart the engine but couldn't put it together again.
put + together (3)
Hiroshi makes more money than the rest of us put together.
throw + together (1)
John threw the report together in such a short time.
throw + together (2)
This activity throws together people of different backgrounds in the same group.
work + together
We have to work together to solve this problem.