All together is a phrase applied to people or things that are being treated as a whole.
- We always had fun when we were all together.
- It’s time to sing. All together now!
- The last time we were all together was in 1999
- Put the bills all together on the desk
To double check this usage, try separating the two words:
- We all had fun when were together.
- It’s time for all of us to sing together now!
- The last time all of us were together was in 1999
- Put all the bills together on the desk
It is used to indicate something that encompasses everything or everyone.
Adverb and how it’s used?
- Wholly, entirely, completely
I’ve learned this altogether unpleasant lesson myself.
- With all or everything included
The bill amounted to altogether two thousand rupees.
- With everything considered; on the whole
Aaron seemed to be a little wary of the bison, which wasn’t altogether a bad thing.
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