[Word For Today] Congregate

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Today we are gonna learn the word congregate.

Congregate


1. [V.] come together, usually for a purpose

Young people often congregate in the main square in the evenings.

He said: ‘I never go to places where crowds congregate.

Collocation:

  • congregate group/meal/item
  • industry/data/dynamic congregate

“Congregative” is the adjective form of “congregate”:

These five boxes, this time, are supposed to create a congregative urban image articulating 18 classrooms and the entrance hall.


So that’s for today’s word “dormant”. It’s pretty easy, right? Try to make a sentence with this word and leave your comments below.

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