A group of persons together in one place.
Polish: spęd, zgromadzenie
The social act of assembling.
Dutch: bijeenkomst, bijeenzijn, samenkomst, samenscholing, samenzijn
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Sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching.
The act of gathering something.
Polish: zbieranie, gromadzenie
Assemble or get together:
— Gather some stones.
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Collect in one place:
— Let's gather in the dining room.
Dutch: bijeenkomen, samenkomen, verenigen, verzamelen
Collect or gather.
Dutch: ophopen, opstapelen
Conclude from evidence.
Draw together into folds or puckers.
Draw and bring closer.
Look for (food) in nature.
Increase or develop:
— The car gathers speed.
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