[kuh n-veen] /kənˈvin/
verb (used without object), convened, convening.
to come together or assemble, usually for some public purpose.
verb (used with object), convened, convening.
to cause to assemble; convoke.
to summon to appear, as before a judicial officer.
to gather, call together, or summon, esp for a formal meeting
(transitive) to order to appear before a court of law, judge, tribunal, etc
variant of convener (see convene).
early 15c., from Middle French convenir “to suit, agree,” from Latin convenire “unite, be suitable, agree, assemble,” from com- “together” (see com-) + venire “to come” (see venue). Related: Convened; convener; convening.
[kon-vent, -vuh nt] /ˈkɒn vɛnt, -vənt/ noun 1. a community of persons devoted to religious life under a superior. 2. a society or association of monks, friars, or nuns: now usually used of a society of nuns. 3. the building or buildings occupied by such a society; a monastery or nunnery. 4. Obsolete. assembly; meeting. […]
[kuh n-ven-ti-kuh l] /kənˈvɛn tɪ kəl/ noun 1. a secret or unauthorized meeting, especially for religious worship, as those held by Protestant dissenters in England in the 16th and 17th centuries. 2. a place of meeting or assembly, especially a Nonconformist meeting house. 3. Obsolete. a meeting or assembly. /kənˈvɛntɪkəl/ noun 1. a secret or […]
[kuh n-ven-shuh-nl-ahyz] /kənˈvɛn ʃə nlˌaɪz/ verb (used with object), conventionalized, conventionalizing. 1. to make . 2. Art. to represent in a conventional manner. /kənˈvɛnʃənəˌlaɪz/ verb (transitive) 1. to make conventional 2. to simplify or stylize (a design, decorative device, etc)
[kuh n-ven-shuh-nl] /kənˈvɛn ʃə nl/ adjective 1. conforming or adhering to accepted standards, as of conduct or taste: conventional behavior. 2. pertaining to convention or general agreement; established by general consent or accepted usage; arbitrarily determined: conventional symbols. 3. ordinary rather than different or original: conventional phraseology. 4. not using, making, or involving nuclear weapons […]