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gather /ˈɡæðə $ -ər/ verb


گرد امدن ، جمع شدن ، بزرگ شدن ، جمع کردن ، گرد کردن ، گرداوری کردن ، نتیجه گرفتن ، استباط کردن
gather
[verb]
Synonyms:
- assemble, accumulate, amass, collect, garner, mass, muster, stockpile
- learn, assume, conclude, deduce, hear, infer, surmise, understand
- pick, cull, garner, glean, harvest, pluck, reap, select
- intensify, deepen, expand, grow, heighten, increase, rise, swell, thicken
- fold, pleat, tuck
Antonyms: scatter
Contrasted words: dispel, disperse, dissipate, break up, disband, part, separate, disintegrate, disorganize, dissolve
Related Idioms: separate the wheat from the chaff (or the sheep from the goats), put two and two together
Related Words: choose, cull, pick, select, accumulate, amass, pluck, heap, mass, pile, stack, catch, fathom, follow, grasp, take in, aggregate, troop, affiliate, ally, associate, league, encounter, meet
English Thesaurus: collect, gather, assemble, build up, accumulate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. gather1 S3 W2 /ˈɡæðə $ -ər/ verb
[Language: Old English; Origin: gaderian]

1. COME TOGETHER [intransitive and transitive] to come together and form a group, or to make people do this:
A crowd gathered to watch the fight.
Thousands of people gathered outside the embassy.
gather around/round
Gather round, everyone, so that you can see the screen.
During the air raids, we gathered the children around us and sang songs.
gather together
Could the bride’s family all gather together for a photo?
be gathered
Dozens of photographers were gathered outside Jagger’s villa.

2. KNOW/THINK [intransitive, transitive not in progressive] to believe that something is true because of what you have seen or heard Synonym : understand:
You two know each other, I gather.
gather (that)
I gather you’ve had some problems with our sales department.
from what I can gather/as far as I can gather (=this is what I believe to be true)
She’s his niece, from what I can gather.

3. COLLECT [intransitive and transitive] to get things from different places and put them together in one place:
The researcher’s job is to gather information about people.
They had gathered 440,000 signatures to support their demand.
gather up/together
Debbie gathered up the clothes.

4. gather speed/force/momentum etc to move faster, become stronger, get more support etc:
The cart gathered speed as it coasted down the hill.
The international relief effort appears to be gathering momentum.

5. gather dust if something gathers dust, it is not being used:
books just gathering dust on the shelf

6. CLOTH [transitive]
a) to pull material into small folds:
The skirt is gathered at the waist.
b) to pull material or a piece of clothing closer to you:
Moira gathered her skirts round her and climbed the steps.

7. gather yourself/your strength/your thoughts to prepare yourself for something you are going to do, especially something difficult:
I took a few moments to gather my thoughts before going into the meeting.

8. CLOUDS/DARKNESS [intransitive] literary to gradually become more cloudy or get darker:
Storm clouds were gathering so we hurried home.
the gathering darkness/dusk/shadows etc
the evening’s gathering shadows

9. gather somebody to you/gather somebody up literary to take someone into your arms and hold them in order to protect them or show them love

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. gather2 noun [countable]
a small fold produced by pulling cloth together

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

gather
verb
I. come together in a group
ADV. quickly | around/round, together
PREP. about/around/round The boys gathered around the car.
for They are all gathering for a major conference.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gather
II. bring people/things together
ADV. hastily, quickly She hastily gathered all her belongings together.
carefully | together, up

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gather
III. increase
ADV. quickly, rapidly The movement for reform rapidly gathered momentum.
slowly | steadily
VERB + GATHER begin to, start to As the weeks passed, Charlotte began to gather strength.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gather
ˈɡæðə
See: rolling stone gathers no moss

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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