Definition of put-together in US English:

put-together

adjective

  • That has been put together; assembled, combined; (occasionally) makeshift, improvised.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Davenport (Iowa) Gazette. From put, past participle of put + together, after to put together.

Pronunciation

put-together

/ˌpʊttəˈɡɛðə/