put together (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb put together (1).

Meaning: to assemble something by joining its parts or pieces

Synonym: assemble

For example:

  • put together sth When we got the model of the space shuttle it was still in pieces, and we had to put together all the pieces with this special glue they gave us.

  • put sth together Les saved some money by buying his new computer table in the form of a do-it-yourself kit and putting it together himself at home.

Quick Quiz:

If you're putting together a model or a kit, it's good idea to read

a. the newspaper

b. the rules

c. the instructions

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