assemble definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry or phone together into a group or entire: assembled the jury.
    • to create or phone collectively into a group or whole: put together the jury.
    • to match together the parts or pieces of: assemble a device; assemble information.
    • To fit together the parts or bits of: assemble a machine; assemble data.
    • to gather into one place or human anatomy; to carry or call together; to convene; to congregate.
    • To collect and put collectively the components of.
    • to get into one destination or human body; to bring or call collectively; to convene; to congregate.
    • to gather and place collectively the parts of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to collect together; congregate. See Synonyms at collect.
    • to assemble collectively; congregate. See Synonyms at gather.
    • to satisfy or come together, as numerous people; to convene; to congregate.
    • To liken; to compare.
    • to meet up or come together, as numerous individuals; to convene; to congregate.
    • To liken; evaluate.
  • verb:
    • To put together.
    • to construct.
    • to assemble as friends.
    • to translate from set up language to device rule
    • To gather as a bunch.
    • to translate from installation language to device code
    • have men and women collectively
    • create by putting components or people together
    • gather in a single spot
    • get folks together
    • make by putting components or members collectively
    • gather in a single destination
  • others:
    • to gather into one spot or body; bring or call together; convene; congregate.
    • to match together. See assembling, 2.
    • 3.. To join or couple, together with another, or as in sexual intercourse.
    • to meet up with or get together; convene, as numerous individuals: as, “the churls assemble,” Dryden, Æneid, vii.
    • to generally meet in fight; battle.
    • become like; resemble.
    • To liken or compare.
    • In entomology, to gather collectively (the men of certain moths alongside insects) by exposing women in a wire-gauze cage: an insect-collector's device.
    • to get into one place or body; deliver or phone collectively; convene; congregate.
    • To fit together. See assembling, 2.
    • 3.. to participate or few, as one with another, or as in intercourse.
    • to generally meet or bond; convene, as many people: since, “the churls assemble,” Dryden, Æneid, vii.
    • to meet up in fight; fight.
    • is comparable to; resemble.
    • To liken or compare.
    • In entomology, to get together (the men of specific moths also bugs) by exposing a female in a wire-gauze cage: an insect-collector's product.
  • noun:
    • An assembly.
    • An assembly.

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