heigh-ho [ ˈheɪhəʊ, Brit ˈheɪˌhoʊ] Am INTERJ I.bring on VERBO [ brɪŋ -, Brit brɪŋ -] Am (bring on [ sth], bring [ sth] on) II.bring on VERBO [ brɪŋ -, Brit brɪŋ -] Am (bring on [ sb], bring [ sb] on) 1. bring on (to stage, field): I.together [ təˈɡɛðə, Brit təˈɡɛðər] Am ADV
Together in its main adverbial senses is almost always translated by ensemble.
together frequently occurs as the second element in certain verb combinations ( get together, pull together, put together, tie together etc.). For translations for these, see the appropriate verb entry ( get together, pull together, tie together etc.). For examples and further uses, see the entry below. 1. together (as a pair or group): 2. together (so as to be joined): 3. together (in harmony): 4. together (at the same time): 5. together (without interruption): II.together [ təˈɡɛðə, Brit təˈɡɛðər] Am ADJ inf IV.together [ təˈɡɛðə, Brit təˈɡɛðər] Am I.tie together VERBO [ tʌɪ -, Brit taɪ -] Am (tie together) tie together facts, information: II.tie together VERBO [ tʌɪ -, Brit taɪ -] Am (tie [ sth] together, tie together [ sth]) tie together bundles, objects: I.pull together VERBO [ pʊl -, Brit pʊl -] Am (pull together) II.pull together VERBO [ pʊl -, Brit pʊl -] Am (pull [ sth] together) I.get together VERBO (get together) (assemble) II.get together VERBO (get [ sb/ sth] together, get together [ sb/ sth]) 1. get together (assemble): 2. get together (accumulate): I.whatever [ wɒtˈɛvə, Brit (h)wətˈɛvər] Am PRON 1. whatever (that which): 2. whatever (anything that): 3. whatever (no matter what): 4. whatever (what on earth): 5. whatever (the like) : inf II.whatever [ wɒtˈɛvə, Brit (h)wətˈɛvər] Am DET 2. whatever (no matter what): 3. whatever (expressing surprise): III.whatever [ wɒtˈɛvə, Brit (h)wətˈɛvər] Am ADV (at all) I.let 1 < letting, part prés , prét let> part passé [ lɛt, Brit lɛt] Am VERBO trans 1. let (when making suggestion): 2. let (when expressing defiance or a command): 4. let (allow free movement or passage to): I.walk [ wɔːk, Brit wɔk] Am SUST
à pied is often omitted with movement verbs if we already know that the person is on foot. If it is surprising or ambiguous, à pied should be included. II.walk [ wɔːk, Brit wɔk] Am VERBO trans 2. walk (escort on foot, lead): III.walk [ wɔːk, Brit wɔk] Am VERBO intr 2. walk (disappear) : inf, hum IV.walk [ wɔːk, Brit wɔk] Am I.go [ ɡəʊ, Brit ɡoʊ] Am VERBO intr 2. go (on specific errand, activity): 4. go (used as auxiliary with present participle): 8. go (be sent, transmitted): 10. go (change over to new system): 12. go (weaken, become impaired): 15. go (operate, function): 18. go (extend in depth or scope): 19. go (belong, be placed): 21. go (be expressed, sung etc in particular way): 31. go (of money) (be spent, used up): 32. go (make sound, perform action or movement): 33. go (resort to, have recourse to): 36. go (take one's turn): 38. go (relieve oneself): II.go [ ɡəʊ, Brit ɡoʊ] Am VERBO trans see usage note III.go < pl goes> [ ɡəʊ, Brit ɡoʊ] Am SUST