throw\ together

throw\ together
1. III
throw together smth., smb. /smth., smb. together/ he threw his things together он наскоро собрал свои вещи; chance had thrown us together случай свел нас вместе
2. XI
1) be thrown together to do smth. two rooms were thrown together to form a large hall соединили вместе две комнаты и получился большой зал; be thrown together at some place many races and nationalities have been thrown together in the American melting-pot многие расы и национальности смешались, переселившись на американский континент; we were thrown together [very much] at school в школе мы были [очень] связаны друг с другом /нам [часто] приходилось встречаться/; be thrown together by smth. they were thrown together by a common interest их связывал общий интерес; they were thrown together by circumstances их свели обстоятельства
2) be thrown together that last textbook of his seems to have been thrown together похоже на то, что последний его учебник составлен в большой спешке /кое-как/
3. XXI1
throw together smb., smth. at (in) smth. chance had thrown us together at a skiing resort случай свел нас вместе на лыжном курорте; we threw our things together in a bag мы побросали все вещи в чемодан

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