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re·as·sem·ble

 (rē′ə-sĕm′bəl)
v. re·as·sem·bled, re·as·sem·bling, re·as·sem·bles
v.tr.
1. To bring or gather together again: reassembled the band for a reunion tour.
2. To fit or join the parts of (something) together again: reassembled the toaster after fixing it.
v.intr.
To gather together again, especially in a different place: The sightseers reassembled at the bus station.

reassemble

(ˌriːəˈsɛmbəl)
vb
1. to come or bring together again: parliament is due to reassemble.
2. to fit or join (something) together again
ˌreasˈsembly n

reassemble


Past participle: reassembled
Gerund: reassembling

Imperative
reassemble
reassemble
Present
I reassemble
you reassemble
he/she/it reassembles
we reassemble
you reassemble
they reassemble
Preterite
I reassembled
you reassembled
he/she/it reassembled
we reassembled
you reassembled
they reassembled
Present Continuous
I am reassembling
you are reassembling
he/she/it is reassembling
we are reassembling
you are reassembling
they are reassembling
Present Perfect
I have reassembled
you have reassembled
he/she/it has reassembled
we have reassembled
you have reassembled
they have reassembled
Past Continuous
I was reassembling
you were reassembling
he/she/it was reassembling
we were reassembling
you were reassembling
they were reassembling
Past Perfect
I had reassembled
you had reassembled
he/she/it had reassembled
we had reassembled
you had reassembled
they had reassembled
Future
I will reassemble
you will reassemble
he/she/it will reassemble
we will reassemble
you will reassemble
they will reassemble
Future Perfect
I will have reassembled
you will have reassembled
he/she/it will have reassembled
we will have reassembled
you will have reassembled
they will have reassembled
Future Continuous
I will be reassembling
you will be reassembling
he/she/it will be reassembling
we will be reassembling
you will be reassembling
they will be reassembling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reassembling
you have been reassembling
he/she/it has been reassembling
we have been reassembling
you have been reassembling
they have been reassembling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reassembling
you will have been reassembling
he/she/it will have been reassembling
we will have been reassembling
you will have been reassembling
they will have been reassembling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reassembling
you had been reassembling
he/she/it had been reassembling
we had been reassembling
you had been reassembling
they had been reassembling
Conditional
I would reassemble
you would reassemble
he/she/it would reassemble
we would reassemble
you would reassemble
they would reassemble
Past Conditional
I would have reassembled
you would have reassembled
he/she/it would have reassembled
we would have reassembled
you would have reassembled
they would have reassembled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reassemble - assemble once again, after taking something apart
assemble, put together, tack together, set up, piece, tack - create by putting components or members together; "She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"; "They set up a committee"
Translations
يُعيد تَجْميع أو تَرْكيب
znovu se sejítznovu složit
újra összeállítújra összegyûlik
safnast saman á nÿsetja saman á nÿ
vėl su rinkti
atkal sapulcētiesno jauna salikt
znova sa zísťznova zložiť

reassemble

[ˈriːəˈsembl]
A. VT
1. (Tech) → montar de nuevo, volver a armar
2. [+ people] → volver a reunir
B. VI
1. [people] → volver a reunirse, juntarse de nuevo
2. (Parl) → volver a celebrar una sesión

reassemble

[ˌriːəˈsɛmbəl] vt
[+ people] → rassembler
[+ machine] → remonter

reassemble

vt
people, troopswieder versammeln
tool, car, machinewieder zusammenbauen
visich wieder versammeln; (troops)sich wieder sammeln

reassemble

[ˌriːəˈsɛmbl]
1. vt (machine) → rimontare, riassemblare
2. vi (reconvene) → tornare a riunirsi

reassemble

(riːəˈsembl) verb
1. to put (things) together after taking them apart. The mechanic took the engine to pieces, then reassembled it.
2. to come together again. The tourists went off sight-seeing, then reassembled for their evening meal.
References in classic literature ?
Though there was already talk of the erection, in remote metropolitan distances "above the Forties," of a new Opera House which should compete in costliness and splendour with those of the great European capitals, the world of fashion was still content to reassemble every winter in the shabby red and gold boxes of the sociable old Academy.
Before they recover from their fright and reassemble, let us find a way out of their damnable temple.
His first care was to reassemble his colleagues in the board-room of the Gun Club.
It was simply impossible to reassemble the people who had inhabited the house, when I had slept in it last.
Pott; it having been previously arranged that they should all reassemble at the Town Arms in the morning, and accompany the Honourable Samuel Slumkey's procession to the place of nomination.
Before it reassembles again something must have happened here, or your connection with us ceases.
With Netherlands restarting the process of collecting more MH17 debris from the crash site in eastern Ukraine, the plan is to transport the entire wreckage to a military base in Netherlands and reassemble it.
A further report then came in on March 17 saying that Iraq's chemical weapons had been disassembled and dispersed and would be difficult to reassemble.
In an exclusive chat with Private TV Channel, he said, Moulvi Omar was playing a vital role to reassemble factions of Taliban after death of Supreme commander Taliban Baitullah Mehsud.
A few nonmetals can break up hydrogen gas, but only metals can also reassemble two hydrogen atoms into the gas, a reaction relevant to hydrogen-fuel production and storage.
Unlike competitive systems, a unique limit-stop system enables users to strip and reassemble the die ring themselves.
In the House of Lords yesterday, Lord Lansdowne informed Earl Spencer that the Whitsuntide holidays would commence on June 9 and the House would reassemble on June 26.