all together

EnglishEdit

AdverbEdit

all together (not comparable)

  1. As a group.
    If you put these advantages all together, the offer is attractive.
  2. In the same place.
    We got the family all together to celebrate grandma’s birthday.
  3. All at the same time.
    She and her companions rose up and sung all together.

Usage notesEdit

See also: altogether

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