Keywords: all together, altogether
As a Noun
1. A group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children. English = family.
1. Of all things or people, to be in one place at one time; or of different actions or events, to take place all at one time. English = all together.
2. Used between a verb sign and a following noun sign to mean that the action was done in the company of or by the means of that thing or person. English = together with.
3. Used to modify a whole sentence or thought to mean in total, on the whole or completely. English = altogether.
1. It has been reported by some Auslan signers that this sign can also be used in the sense of 'family'.