1. To get people together; SYN. gather, get together.
2. To make by putting pieces together; SYN. piece, put together, set up.
1. To call for and obtain payment of; SYN. take in.
2. To gather or collect; SYN. pick up, gather up, call for.
3. To get together; SYN. accumulate, pile up, amass, compile, hoard.
1. To gather after a reaper; to collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels, as the grain left by a reaper, or grapes left after the gathering.
2. To gather from (a field or vineyard) what is left.
3. To collect with patient and minute labor; to pick out; to obtain.
To reap or gather, as any crop.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: met).
1. To get or come together.
2. To get together socially or for a specific purpose; SYN. get together.
3. To meet by design; be present at the arrival of.
4. To encounter; to cross paths with; SYN. run into, run across, come across, see.
5. To get to know; get acquainted with.
6. To collect in one place; SYN. gather, assemble, forgather, foregather.
7. To fill or meet a want or need; SYN. satisfy, fill, fulfill, fulfil.
8. To experience as a reaction; SYN. encounter, receive.
9. To contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle; SYN. encounter, play, take on.
10. To satisfy or fulfill; SYN. match, cope with.
11. To conform to (a condition or restriction).
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1. To call to duty, military service, jury duty, etc.
2. To gather or bring together; SYN. rally, summon, come up, muster up.
ETYM Icel. reika. Related to Rake a debauchee.
1. To gather with a rake.
2. To level or smooth with a rake.
3. To move through with or as if with a rake.
1. To gather, as of as crops; SYN. harvest, glean.
2. To get or derive; SYN. draw.
1. To add salt to.
2. To preserve with salt, as of meats.
To take a sample of; SYN. try, try out, taste.
1. To hold dear or in high esteem
2. To collect and save, such as money or other valuable things, for future use; to lay up