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lets spend time together

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"Lets spend time together" is an English phrase used as an invitation or proposal. "Let's" is a contraction of 'let us,' indicating a suggestion for a joint action. "Spend time" refers to the act of passing time in a certain activity or with someone. "Together" emphasizes the joint or shared nature of the activity. The phrase, in its entirety, often implies a desire for companionship or bonding.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Hey, it's been a while. Let's spend time together at that cozy coffee shop downtown!"
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spend

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"Spend" is a verb in English language. It originates from the Old English 'spendan'. It signifies the act of using up or consuming something, often in the context of money or time. It can be used in several tenses such as spent (past tense) or spending (present participle).
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time

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"Time" is a noun in English, primarily used to denote the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future. It's also used to indicate a point of time as measured in hours and minutes. Derived from Old English 'tima', its usage spans many idiomatic expressions and proverbs.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Time waits for no one, so make every moment count."
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together

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"Together" is an adverb in English. It indicates that two or more people or things are with each other, or doing something with each other. It can also mean in harmony or at the same time. It derives from Old English "tōgædere", meaning "into a group".
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"We can achieve anything when we work together."
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