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Altogether vs All Together

Altogether/ adverb/ (পুরোপুরি):

সম্পূর্ণরূপে/পুরোপরি বোঝাতে altogether বসে।

Altogether is defined as something that encompasses everyone or everything or something that is total and complete.


  • It's best to avoid the situation altogether.
  • Altogether their efforts were successful.
  • I've learned this altogether unpleasant lesson myself.
  • Sabina had stayed away from the beach this weekend altogether.
  • I’m altogether busy in


All together /adverbial phrase/ (সবাই একসাথে):

সবাই একসাথে বোঝাতে all together বসে।

All together means everyone or everything together.


  • Let’s sing ‘Happy Birthday’ all together now! (Altogether নয়)
  • We all left together, and I remember walking all together by the beach.
  • It has been a while since I have had a lot of my friends all together in one place.
  • And yet taken all together there is far more to the loss of these seats than these localized factors.
  • The last time we were all together was in 2015.
  • Put the papers all together on the desk.
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