- (transitive) To assemble, construct, or build.
- If you try to put together the model kit yourself, be very careful not to break any of the pieces.
- Combined, assembled.
- It's an impressive piece of music, now that all the parts are put together.
- (idiomatic) In total.
- Alaska has more land than Texas and Oklahoma put together.
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