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Difference between Come together and Go together

come together

1. gather or meet:

  • The family must come together for the parents’ silver wedding.

2. be reconciled; settle the differences:

  • I’m so glad that you two have decided to come together at last.

go together

1. (of things) match; suit each other:

  • Do you think this hat and coat go well together?

2. happen together:

  • Since music and dance usually go together, it’s worth knowing what children learn in music.

3. keep each other company (with a view to marriage):

  • Jim and Mary had been going together for two years before they were married.