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Definition of: gather

(gathər) v.t.
1. To bring together in one place or group.
2. To bring together from various places, sources, etc.
3. To pick, harvest, or collect.
4. To collect or summon up, as one's energies, for an effort, trial, etc.
5. To acquire or gain in increasing amount or degree: The storm gathered force.
6. To come to understand, believe, or infer.
7. To clasp or enfold: to gather someone into one's arms.
8. To draw into folds or plaits, as by shirring.
9. To wrinkle (the brow).

10. To come together.
11. To increase by accumulation.
12. To wrinkle up, as the brow.
13. To come to a head; contract, as a boil. See synonyms under AMASS, CONVOKE.
—to gather up
To pick up and collect together in one place.
noun A plait or fold in cloth, held by a thread passing through the folds; a drawing together.
[OE gadrian]

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students gather
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members gather
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