Get together and Pick

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Get together verb – Get people together.
Pick and get together are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Pick" instead a verb "Get together".
Synonyms for Get together


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Pick verb – To catch or collect (a crop or natural resource) for human use.
Get together and pick are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Get together" instead a verb "Pick".
Nearby Words: pickle, picky, picked, picket, pickup
Synonyms for Pick

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  • Every week/bi-weekly a bunch of tropers get together on the main tropers IRC channel and pick a film to watch and discuss.
  • Cure Your Gays Eventually he tries to get together with one by saying he's wondering if he can be cured, but this lands him in a seminar where a stereotypical Southern preacher lambasts the audience to "pray away the gay." It's also implied that another man at the seminar only comes there to pick up guys.
  • As he was having a competition with Lily and Robin to see if he could pick up any potential girl in the bar, Robin convinced a random woman that if she waited she would get together with Ryan Gosling.
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