pull\ together


pull\ together
1. I
the new director and the professors are said not to pull together говорят, что новый директор не сработался с профессурой; we must all pull together нам всем надо объединиться
2. III
pull smb. together pull oneself together взять себя в руки, собраться с духом; pull yourself together and let's get going возьмите себя в руки и давайте пойдем; it was only a minor accident, but the driver seemed unable to pull himself together это было пустяковое происшествие, но водитель, казалось, не мог прийти в себя; а cup of tea will pull you together выпей стакан чаю и ты почувствуешь себя лучше /бодрее/; the crisis pulled the family together тяжелые испытания сплотили семью

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • pull together — {v.} To join your efforts with those of others; work on a task together; cooperate. * /Many men must pull together if a large business is to succeed./ * /Tim was a good football captain because he always got his teammates to pull together./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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