put\ together

put\ together
1. III
put together smth. /smth. together/ put together a dictionary (a short account of one's travels, a description of events, some data, etc.) составлять словарь и т.д.; put one's thoughts together собраться с мыслями
2. IV
put together smth. /smth. together/ in some manner it's easier to take a machine to pieces than to put it together again легче разобрать машину, чем снова собрать ее
3. XI
be put together with smth. pieces of a broken plate (of a broken vase, etc.) were put together with glue разбитая тарелка и т.д. была склеена; some furniture is put together with glue некоторые предметы мебели ставят /сажают/ на клей
4. XXI1
put together smth. /smth. together/ in smth. put together a large amount of biological facts in a book собрать в книге воедино большее количество сведений /фактов/ из области биологии
5. XXVI
put together smth. /smth. together/ before (after..., when.., etc.) I must put my thoughts /ideas/ together before I go on to the platform я должен собраться с мыслями перед выходом на трибуну; I managed to get my facts together only after (when) he gave me additional data я смог разобраться в материале только после того, как (тогда, когда) он сообщил мне дополнительные данные

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