sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching
the act of gathering something
gather, garner, collect, pull together(verb)
assemble or get together
"gather some stones"; "pull your thoughts together"
hoard, assemble, call for, garner, gain, amass, pucker, gather up, meet, conglomerate, accumulate, roll up, take in, pull in, pick up, foregather, pile up, tuck, collect, pull together, get together, compile, cumulate, earn, forgather
meet, gather, assemble, forgather, foregather(verb)
collect in one place
"We assembled in the church basement"; "Let's gather in the dining room"
conform to, tack together, touch, put together, foregather, tack, fulfill, pucker, amass, adjoin, piece, match, suffer, fulfil, cumulate, meet, converge, fit, satisfy, receive, accumulate, forgather, encounter, get together, run into, cope with, fill, play, pull together, run across, come across, conglomerate, pile up, set up, assemble, contact, take on, tuck, see, collect, gain, garner
accumulate, cumulate, conglomerate, pile up, gather, amass(verb)
collect or gather
"Journals are accumulating in my office"; "The work keeps piling up"
assemble, heap up, garner, hoard, amass, get together, pucker, meet, conglomerate, roll up, foregather, gain, pile up, stack up, tuck, collect, pull together, accumulate, compile, cumulate, forgather
conclude from evidence
"I gather you have not done your homework"
gather, pucker, tuck(verb)
draw together into folds or puckers
assemble, garner, gain, amass, pucker, meet, conglomerate, accumulate, ruck up, foregather, pile up, ruck, knit, tuck, collect, insert, pull together, get together, cumulate, cockle, crumple, rumple, forgather
assemble, gather, get together(verb)
get people together
"assemble your colleagues"; "get together all those who are interested in the project"; "gather the close family members"
tack together, assemble, garner, join, gain, put together, amass, set up, pucker, tack, cooperate, meet, conglomerate, accumulate, join forces, foregather, pile up, piece, collaborate, tuck, collect, fall in, pull together, get together, cumulate, forgather
draw and bring closer
"she gathered her shawl around her shoulders"
look for (food) in nature
"Our ancestors gathered nuts in the Fall"
increase or develop
"the peace movement gained momentum"; "the car gathers speed"
earn, derive, take in, benefit, pile up, pull in, foregather, hit, arrive at, attain, win, amass, gain, put on, pull ahead, acquire, cumulate, meet, advance, make, garner, accumulate, forgather, realise, get together, gain ground, tuck, pull together, clear, pucker, conglomerate, profit, make headway, reach, bring in, assemble, realize, collect, get ahead
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To amass is to bring together materials that make a mass, a great bulk or quantity. With some occasional exceptions, accumulate is applied to the more gradual, amass to the more rapid gathering of money or materials, amass referring to the general result or bulk, accumulate to the particular process or rate of gain. We say interest is accumulated (or accumulates) rather than is amassed; he accumulated a fortune in the course of years; he rapidly amassed a fortune by shrewd speculations. Goods or money for immediate distribution are said to be collected rather than amassed. They may be stored up for a longer or shorter time; but to hoard is always with a view of permanent retention, generally selfish. Aggregate is now most commonly used of numbers and amounts; as, the expenses will aggregate a round million.
Amass for oneself; for a purpose; from a distance; with great labor; by industry.
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How to use gather in a sentence?
There are people who plant thorns in their garden expecting to gather roses.
Im gonna announce it. Were gonna hold an outdoor Easter blowout service. Not online. A national gathering. You come from all over, like Woodstock.And were gonna gather and lift up Jesus Christ.
Grief is a time of connection. We've always been able to be with their bodies, to gather for a funeral. All that is gone, so we're not only robbed of our loved one, but we're also robbed of our ability to gather to honor them. On a national level, this is really unprecedented.
As the G20 leaders gather in Turkey this weekend, they will have on their minds heartbreaking images of displaced people fleeing countries gripped by armed conflict and economic distress, migration is a global issue. We must all work together to address it.
The Department of Defense continues to monitor the situation in Naval Air Station Pensacola and gather all the facts of each attack. Ive spoken with Governor Ron DeSantis, the Secretary of the Navy Boulevard, and Deputy Secretary Norquist and am considering several steps to ensure the security of our military installations and the safety of our service members and their families, im grateful for the heroism of the first responders and law enforcement who helped confront both situations and kept further loss of life from occurring. To all our sailors, soldiers, airmen, and marines, and civilian personnel, we stand ready to assist and make resources available to deal with the grief in the aftermath of these tragedies as well as lifes challenges in general.
Translations for gather
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- toplamaq, yığmaqAzerbaijani
- збіраць, сабрацьBelarusian
- събирам, събераBulgarian
- recollirCatalan, Valencian
- sebrat, sbírat, shromažďovat, shromážditCzech
- бьратиOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- versammeln, sammelnGerman
- μαζεύω, συγκεντρώνωGreek
- kolekti, kunveniEsperanto
- colegir, juntar, recoger, acumular, reunirSpanish
- kogunema, kogumaEstonian
- جمع کردنPersian
- kerätä, vekittää, kerääntyä, tihentää, koota, täyttyä, kokoontua, päätellä, ymmärtääFinnish
- rassembler, déduire, recueillirFrench
- trusScottish Gaelic
- इकट्ठा करनाHindi
- összeszed, gyűjt, összegyűjtHungarian
- միանալ, հավաքելArmenian
- ammassare, presupporre, radunarsi, raccogliersi, presumere, raccogliere, dedurre, cogliere, ammucchiare, collezionare, accumulareItalian
- 集める, 収集Japanese
- 모으다, 수집Korean
- жыйноо, чогултууKyrgyz
- kāpui, pōteteMāori
- собира, собереMacedonian
- verzamelen, bijeenkomenDutch
- samleNorwegian Nynorsk
- zbierać, zgromadzić, zebrać, gromadzićPolish
- reunir, coligir, congregar, coletar, juntar, colecionarPortuguese
- culege, colecta, conchide, adunaRomanian
- собрать, собирать, аккумулироватьRussian
- okupljati, прибрати, okupiti, окупљати, pribrati, окупитиSerbo-Croatian
- zbierať, zebraťSlovak
- zbirati, zbratiSlovene
- ҷамъ карданTajik
- ýygnamak, ýygmak, çöplemek, toplanmakTurkmen
- toplamak, biriktirmek, derlemek, toplanmak, almak, çıkarsamak, çıkarmak, buluşmakTurkish
- збирати, зібратиUkrainian
- toʻplanmoq, yigʻmoqUzbek
- tham gia, tụ tập, tập hợpVietnamese
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