Mebbe we will all unite for the other shore before the end of the night. And all brothers are capable men, men capable of working together. The act of rowing; Like: “Pull the starboard rough,” “Pull together.” We need all the men we can count on, and I want you and Vandersee to work together. Contract a little. Gather or gather, as in Once we gather all the facts, we will understand the situation. [Late 1800s] Get together. They have to learn that they are a crowd — and they do not work together at all. The sun and moon then shoot together, and we get the highest or the spring hours (fig. 232). Let`s get together every day, because arguments lead to infertility. To succeed, everyone has to pull together, and the rope has to be straight and tight.
Make joint efforts, cooperate, as if we are working together, I am sure we will respect our quotas. [In the late 1700s] What a folly to think that she and I could work together. All the men in this room are Slavic, and we Slavs must work together, or we are lost.