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con·vene

 (kən-vēn′)
v. con·vened, con·ven·ing, con·venes
v.intr.
To come together usually for an official or public purpose; assemble formally.
v.tr.
1. To cause to come together formally; convoke: convene a special session of Congress. See Synonyms at call.
2. To summon to appear, as before a tribunal.

[Middle English convenen, from Old French convenir, from Latin convenīre : com-, com- + venīre, to come; see gwā- in Indo-European roots.]

con·ven′a·ble adj.
con·ven′er, con·ven′or n.
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convene

(kənˈviːn)
vb
1. to gather, call together, or summon, esp for a formal meeting
2. (Law) (tr) to order to appear before a court of law, judge, tribunal, etc
[C15: from Latin convenīre to assemble, from venīre to come]
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con•vene

(kənˈvin)

v. -vened, -ven•ing. v.i.
1. to assemble, usu. for some public purpose.
v.t.
2. to cause to assemble; convoke.
3. to summon to appear, as before a judicial officer.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin convenīre to come together =con- con- + venīre to come]
con•ven′a•ble, adj.
con•ven′er, con•ve′nor, n.
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convene


Past participle: convened
Gerund: convening

Imperative
convene
convene
Present
I convene
you convene
he/she/it convenes
we convene
you convene
they convene
Preterite
I convened
you convened
he/she/it convened
we convened
you convened
they convened
Present Continuous
I am convening
you are convening
he/she/it is convening
we are convening
you are convening
they are convening
Present Perfect
I have convened
you have convened
he/she/it has convened
we have convened
you have convened
they have convened
Past Continuous
I was convening
you were convening
he/she/it was convening
we were convening
you were convening
they were convening
Past Perfect
I had convened
you had convened
he/she/it had convened
we had convened
you had convened
they had convened
Future
I will convene
you will convene
he/she/it will convene
we will convene
you will convene
they will convene
Future Perfect
I will have convened
you will have convened
he/she/it will have convened
we will have convened
you will have convened
they will have convened
Future Continuous
I will be convening
you will be convening
he/she/it will be convening
we will be convening
you will be convening
they will be convening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been convening
you have been convening
he/she/it has been convening
we have been convening
you have been convening
they have been convening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been convening
you will have been convening
he/she/it will have been convening
we will have been convening
you will have been convening
they will have been convening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been convening
you had been convening
he/she/it had been convening
we had been convening
you had been convening
they had been convening
Conditional
I would convene
you would convene
he/she/it would convene
we would convene
you would convene
they would convene
Past Conditional
I would have convened
you would have convened
he/she/it would have convened
we would have convened
you would have convened
they would have convened
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.convene - meet formally; "The council convened last week"
reconvene - meet again; "The bill will be considered when the Legislature reconvenes next Fall"
sit - be in session; "When does the court of law sit?"
foregather, forgather, gather, assemble, meet - collect in one place; "We assembled in the church basement"; "Let's gather in the dining room"
2.convene - call together; "The students were convened in the auditorium"
summon - ask to come; "summon a lawyer"
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convene

verb
1. call, gather, assemble, summon, bring together, muster, convoke He convened a meeting of all the managers.
2. meet, gather, rally, assemble, come together, muster, congregate Senior officials convened in London for an emergency meeting.
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convene

verb
3. To demand to appear, come, or assemble:
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Translations
يَدعو إلى الإجْتِماع
svolat
indkalde til
összehív
koma/kalla saman
organizatoriussušaukti
sanāktsapulcētiessasaukt
topla mak

convene

[kənˈviːn]
A. VTconvocar
B. VIreunirse
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convene

[kənˈviːn]
vt
[+ group] → convoquer, assembler
[+ meeting, conference] → organiser
vi [people] → se réunir, s'assembler
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convene

vt meetingeinberufen; group of peoplezusammenrufen, versammeln
vizusammenkommen, sich versammeln; (parliament, court)zusammentreten
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convene

[kənˈviːn]
1. vt (people) → convocare; (meeting) → indire, convocare
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convene

(kənˈviːn) verb
to (cause to) assemble or come together. to convene a meeting.
conˈvener noun
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