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Noun
An assembly or meeting, especially one held for a specific purpose
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“Protestors would organize a public gathering to make their voices heard about their various grievances.”
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A quantity or group of accumulated items
“Electronic surveillance has allowed for the gathering of information unattainable through other means.”
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An act of gathering or accumulating things or items
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“The bees are very diligent in their gathering of honey at this time of the year.”
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A lively party involving dancing and drinking
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A large amount or quantity (of something)
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A fold or pleat
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The assembled spectators or listeners at a public event such as a play, film, concert, or meeting
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Arrangement in a sequence
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A cavity caused by tissue destruction, usually because of infection, filled with pus and surrounded by inflamed tissue
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A large open area inside or in front of a public building
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The action of obtaining something from a source or origin
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The arrangement or ordering of something
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The process or period of gathering, especially of crops
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A point where two or more things are joined
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The natural production or yield for a year, particularly of crops
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The act of collecting a tax, fee or fine
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Coming into possession of
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(with clause) To believe without reason
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Present participle for to bring together and take in from scattered places or sources
“Squirrels have been observed to gather fallen nuts, storing them for the winter.”
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Present participle for to gather or meet in a common location
“The guests would gather at the top of the stairs, sticking their heads down the stairway to see what was going on.”
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Present participle for to bring together or amass as a single group or collection
Gather the spices together inside a small piece of muslin, tie with string, and add to the pan.”
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Present participle for to learn from information given
“From what I gather, he is certainly a natural talent at this sport.”
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(of plants, fruits, etc.) Present participle for to collect for food
“Sixteen people would be brought to an uninhabited island and left there to survive on the food they could gather for themselves.”
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Present participle for to grow larger or more numerous
“Storm clouds would continue to gather in the distance.”
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Present participle for to come or bring together
“Let's gather a group of adventurous individuals to climb to the summit.”
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Present participle for to attract the interest of, especially of a group
“The movie, with its implicit connotations, would soon gather a fanatical following.”
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Present participle for to pull (someone) into one's arms
“They would embrace and gather the child between them.”
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(sewing) Present participle for to add pleats or folds to a piece of cloth, normally to reduce its width
“Pull the basting bobbin threads to gather the skirt.”
Adjective
Happening or appearing in the relatively near future
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Taking
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Festering or infected
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