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as·sem·ble

 (ə-sĕm′bəl)
v. as·sem·bled, as·sem·bling, as·sem·bles
v.tr.
1. To bring or call together into a group or whole: The bailiff assembled the jury. See Synonyms at call.
2. To fit together the parts or pieces of: assemble a machine; assemble data.
v.intr.
To gather together; congregate: Protesters assembled on the common. See Synonyms at gather.

[Middle English assemblen, from Old French assembler, from Vulgar Latin *assimulāre : Latin ad-, ad- + Latin simul, together; see sem- in Indo-European roots.]

as·sem·blé

 (ă-säN-blā′)
n. pl. as·sem·blés (-blā′)
A jump in ballet in which the feet meet together in midair and then land together on the floor.

[French, from past participle of assembler, to assemble, fit together, from assembler, to assemble, fit together, from Old French; see assemble.]

assemble

(əˈsɛmbəl)
vb
1. to come or bring together; collect or congregate
2. to fit or join together (the parts of something, such as a machine): to assemble the parts of a kit.
3. (Computer Science) to run (a computer program) that converts a set of symbolic data, usually in the form of specific single-step instructions, into machine language
[C13: from Old French assembler, from Vulgar Latin assimulāre (unattested) to bring together, from Latin simul together]

assemblé

(asɑ̃ble)
n
(Ballet) ballet a sideways leap in which the feet come together in the air in preparation for landing
[literally: brought together]

as•sem•ble

(əˈsɛm bəl)

v. -bled, -bling. v.t.
1. to bring together or gather into one place, company, body, or whole.
2. to put or fit together; put together the parts of: to assemble a toy from a kit.
v.i.
4. to come together; gather; meet.
[1200–50; Middle English < Old French assembler < Vulgar Latin *assimulāre to bring together <as- as- + simulāre <simul together]
syn: See gather.

assemble


Past participle: assembled
Gerund: assembling

Imperative
assemble
assemble
Present
I assemble
you assemble
he/she/it assembles
we assemble
you assemble
they assemble
Preterite
I assembled
you assembled
he/she/it assembled
we assembled
you assembled
they assembled
Present Continuous
I am assembling
you are assembling
he/she/it is assembling
we are assembling
you are assembling
they are assembling
Present Perfect
I have assembled
you have assembled
he/she/it has assembled
we have assembled
you have assembled
they have assembled
Past Continuous
I was assembling
you were assembling
he/she/it was assembling
we were assembling
you were assembling
they were assembling
Past Perfect
I had assembled
you had assembled
he/she/it had assembled
we had assembled
you had assembled
they had assembled
Future
I will assemble
you will assemble
he/she/it will assemble
we will assemble
you will assemble
they will assemble
Future Perfect
I will have assembled
you will have assembled
he/she/it will have assembled
we will have assembled
you will have assembled
they will have assembled
Future Continuous
I will be assembling
you will be assembling
he/she/it will be assembling
we will be assembling
you will be assembling
they will be assembling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been assembling
you have been assembling
he/she/it has been assembling
we have been assembling
you have been assembling
they have been assembling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been assembling
you will have been assembling
he/she/it will have been assembling
we will have been assembling
you will have been assembling
they will have been assembling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been assembling
you had been assembling
he/she/it had been assembling
we had been assembling
you had been assembling
they had been assembling
Conditional
I would assemble
you would assemble
he/she/it would assemble
we would assemble
you would assemble
they would assemble
Past Conditional
I would have assembled
you would have assembled
he/she/it would have assembled
we would have assembled
you would have assembled
they would have assembled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.assemble - create by putting components or members togetherassemble - create by putting components or members together; "She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"; "They set up a committee"
bring together, join - cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together"
create, make - make or cause to be or to become; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
comfit, confection, confect - make into a confection; "This medicine is home-confected"
mix up, jumble, confuse - assemble without order or sense; "She jumbles the words when she is supposed to write a sentence"
reassemble - assemble once again, after taking something apart
configure - set up for a particular purpose; "configure my new computer"; "configure a plane for a combat mission"
compound - create by mixing or combining
rig up - erect or construct, especially as a temporary measure; "Can he rig up a P.A. system?"
break apart, disassemble, take apart, dismantle, break up - take apart into its constituent pieces
2.assemble - collect in one placeassemble - collect in one place; "We assembled in the church basement"; "Let's gather in the dining room"
aggroup, group - form a group or group together
meet - meet by design; be present at the arrival of; "Can you meet me at the train station?"
encounter, meet, run across, come across, run into, see - come together; "I'll probably see you at the meeting"; "How nice to see you again!"
congregate - come together, usually for a purpose; "The crowds congregated in front of the Vatican on Christmas Eve"
hive - move together in a hive or as if in a hive; "The bee swarms are hiving"
fort, fort up - gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
convene - meet formally; "The council convened last week"
cluster, constellate, flock, clump - come together as in a cluster or flock; "The poets constellate in this town every summer"
crowd together, crowd - to gather together in large numbers; "men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah"
converge - move or draw together at a certain location; "The crowd converged on the movie star"
interact - act together or towards others or with others; "He should interact more with his colleagues"
turn out - come and gather for a public event; "Hundreds of thousands turned out for the anti-war rally in New York"
caucus - meet to select a candidate or promote a policy
club - gather and spend time together; "They always club together"
3.assemble - get people togetherassemble - get people together; "assemble your colleagues"; "get together all those who are interested in the project"; "gather the close family members"
make - form by assembling individuals or constituents; "Make a quorum"

assemble

verb
1. gather, meet, collect, rally, flock, accumulate, come together, muster, convene, congregate, foregather There was nowhere for students to assemble before classes.
gather dismiss, break up (informal), distribute, scatter, disperse, adjourn, disband
3. put together, make, join, set up, manufacture, build up, connect, construct, erect, piece together, fabricate, fit together She was trying to assemble the bomb when it went off.
put together divide, take apart, disassemble

assemble

verb
3. To create by forming, combining, or altering materials:
Translations
يَتَجَمَّـع ، يَجْتَمِعيَجْمَعيَجْمَع أشياء، يُرَكِّب
sestavitshromáždit sesvolat
monteresamle
összeszerel
safna samansafna saman, kalla samansetja saman
asamblėjasudėjimassukviestisurinkimassurinkti
samontētsapulcētiessapulcināt
zbrati se
kurmakmonte etmektoplamaktoplanmak

assemble

[əˈsembl]
A. VT
1. (= bring together) [+ people, team, collection] → reunir; [+ facts, evidence, ideas] → recopilar (Parl) → convocar
the assembled dignitarieslos dignatarios reunidos, la reunión de dignatarios
2. (= put together) [+ device, machine, piece of furniture] → armar, montar
B. VIreunirse

assemble

[əˈsɛmbəl]
vt
[+ car, plane, machine] → assembler
[+ people, team] → rassembler
vi [people] → s'assembler, se rassembler

assemble

vtzusammensetzen, zusammenbauen; car, machine etc alsomontieren; factszusammentragen; Parliamenteinberufen, versammeln; peoplezusammenrufen; teamzusammenstellen
visich versammeln; we are assembled here today to …wir haben uns or sind heute versammelt, um …

assemble

[əˈsɛmbl]
1. vt (objects, ideas) → radunare, raccogliere; (people) → radunare, riunire (Tech) → montare, assemblare
2. viradunarsi, riunirsi

assemble

(əˈsembl) verb
1. (of people) to come together. The crowd assembled in the hall.
2. to call or bring together. He assembled his family and told them of his plan.
3. to put together (a machine etc). He assembled the model aeroplane.
asˈsembly noun
1. a collection of people (usually for a particular purpose). a legislative assembly; The school meets for morning assembly at 8.30.
2. the act of assembling or putting together.
References in classic literature ?
It is, that in a democracy, the people meet and exercise the government in person; in a republic, they assemble and administer it by their representatives and agents.
As the natural limit of a democracy is that distance from the central point which will just permit the most remote citizens to assemble as often as their public functions demand, and will include no greater number than can join in those functions; so the natural limit of a republic is that distance from the centre which will barely allow the representatives to meet as often as may be necessary for the administration of public affairs.
I purpose assembling this upon the strip of beach described in Bowen's manuscript--the beach where he found the dead body of the apelike man--provided there is sufficient space above high water; otherwise we shall have to assemble it on deck and lower it over the side.
Billings was satisfied, as were the rest of us, that this was the beach mentioned by Bowen, and we further found that there was ample room to assemble the sea-plane.
AT a consultation, held between Colonel Winslow and Captain Murray, [of the New England forces, charged with the duty of exiling the Acadians,] it was agreed that a proclamation should be issued at the different settlements, requiring the attendance of the people at the respective posts on the same day; which proclamation should be so ambiguous in its nature that the object for which they were to assemble could not be discerned, and so peremptory in its terms as to ensure implicit obedience.
On the Sabbath, men, women, and children array themselves in their best style, and assemble round a pole erected at the head of the camp.
Knots of gamblers will assemble before one of their lodge fires, early in the evening, and remain absorbed in the chances and changes of the game until long after dawn of the following day.
Thou dost not fear,'' said the Templar, ``that they can assemble in force sufficient to attempt the castle?
let them assemble their people, and come to the rescue of three knights, besieged by a jester and a swineherd in the baronial castle of Reginald Front-de-B
Fairlie's name, to assemble in Limmeridge House on the next day but one.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Only in the last few decades has a staggering variety of synthetic materials emerged, by-products of our increasingly sophisticated picture of how atoms build into molecules and how these assemble into different materials, each with its own personality of combined properties.