convene definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To come together generally for the official or community function; assemble officially.
    • in the future collectively; to generally meet; to unite.
    • in the future collectively, as in one human anatomy or even for a public purpose; to generally meet; to assemble.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to come collectively officially; convoke: convene a special session of Congress. See Synonyms at call.
    • To summon to show up, as before a tribunal.
    • resulting in to gather; to call collectively; to convoke.
    • To summon judicially to fulfill or appear.
  • verb:
    • : in the future collectively; to meet; to unite.
    • : To come collectively, like in one human body and for a public purpose; to generally meet; to put together.
    • : resulting in to put together; to phone together; to convoke.
    • : To summon judicially to generally meet or appear.
    • meet officially
    • call together
  • others:
    • ahead collectively; fulfill; unite: stated of things.
    • in the future together; satisfy in the same destination; assemble, as individuals, typically for some community function or even the advertising of some common interest: since, the legislature will convene in January; the citizens convened in town hall.
    • Synonyms To congregate, muster, collect.
    • To cause to put together; phone collectively; convoke.
    • To summon to look, as before a public (especially a judicial) officer or the state human anatomy.
    • In civil-law, to sue.

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