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Phrasal Verbs

go together (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb go together (2)

Meaning

to happen together, or to often occur at the same time

For example

  • go together Our professor says that historically great power and corruption often go together.

  • go together Researchers have discovered that low income and obesity often go together, especially in more developed countries like the U.S.A.

Quick Quiz

If someone believes that great beauty and great intelligence don't often go together, they would be surprised to meet someone who was

a. beautiful but not intelligent

b. neither intelligent nor beautiful

c. both beautiful and intelligent

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