Free dictionary and thesaurus of English. Definitions, synonyms, antonyms and more...
Hint: double-click any word to get it searched!


tack together


Definitions from WordNet

Verb tack together has 1 sense
  1. assemble, piece, put together, set up, tack, tack together - make by putting pieces together; "She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"
    --1 is a kind of join, bring together; make, create
    Sample sentences:
    Somebody ----s something
    Something ----s something

Definitions from the Web

Tack Together


verb (phrasal)

1. To assemble or join together by using tacks or similar fasteners.

2. To quickly or temporarily attach things together using tacks or adhesive.

3. To hastily or sloppily put together various elements to create a whole.

Example Sentences:

1. She skillfully tacked together the pieces of the broken vase.

2. I need to tack together these papers before presenting my report.

3. The teacher tack together the torn pages of the book to make it usable.

4. He tacked together the loose ends of his essay just before the deadline.

5. They decided to tack together a makeshift shelter using tarp and poles.

Related Products:

Find related products on Amazon:

taciturn sentences taciturnity taciturnly tacitus tack tack hammer tack off tack on tack together tackable tacked tackel tackeled tacker tackful tackfully tackiness

Sponsored (shop thru our affiliate link to help maintain this site):

Home | Free dictionary software | Copyright notice | Contact us | Network & desktop search | Search My Network | LAN Find | Reminder software | Software downloads | WordNet dictionary | Automotive thesaurus