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lump to gather into or consider as a single whole (often followed by "together"). [1/4 definitions]
meet1 to gather together for a meeting. [1/8 definitions]
muster to gather up or call forth from within oneself (often followed by "up"). [2/4 definitions]
overharvest (of crops or natural products) to harvest or gather in too much quantity or in too great frequency so that the supply becomes reduced or eliminated. [2 definitions]
pick1 to gather by pulling off or out; pluck. [1/9 definitions]
poll a set of questions given to large numbers of people. Polls are used to gather information about what the public thinks. [2/6 definitions]
pucker to gather or draw up into small folds or wrinkles.
raise to gather; collect. [1/8 definitions]
rake1 a tool that has a long handle and a row of teeth or prongs at one end. It is used to gather hay or fallen leaves or to smooth down soil. [1/4 definitions]
reap to cut down and gather. [1/2 definitions]
reporter a person whose job is to gather and report news for a newspaper or magazine, or for a television station or radio station.
satellite a spacecraft that is sent into orbit around a planet or other heavenly body to gather or send back information. [1/3 definitions]
scoop to gather in or pick up swiftly. [1/6 definitions]
scout a person, ship, or plane sent to spy or gather information. [1/5 definitions]
scrape to gather together or make with difficulty (usually followed by "together" or "up"). [1/8 definitions]
store to gather and keep for future use. [1/4 definitions]
throng to gather or move forward as a crowd. [1/2 definitions]
tuck to gather up and push in or turn under the loose end or edge of so as to secure (often followed by "in" or "up"). [2/6 definitions]
understand to hear, learn, or be told; gather. [1/5 definitions]