Reassembly



[uh-sem-blee] /əˈsɛm bli/

noun, plural assemblies.
1.
an assembling or coming together of a number of persons, usually for a particular purpose:
The principal will speak to all the students at Friday’s assembly.
2.
a group of persons gathered together, usually for a particular purpose, whether religious, political, educational, or social.
3.
(often initial capital letter) Government. a legislative body, especially the lower house of the legislature in certain states of the U.S.:
a bill before the assembly; the New York State Assembly.
4.
Military.

5.
the putting together of complex machinery, as airplanes, from interchangeable parts of standard dimensions.
6.
Machinery. a group of machine parts, especially one forming a self-contained, independently mounted unit.
/əˈsɛmblɪ/
noun (pl) -blies
1.
a number of people gathered together, esp for a formal meeting held at regular intervals
2.
the act of assembling or the state of being assembled
3.
the process of putting together a number of parts to make a machine or other product
4.
(machinery) a group of mating components before or after fitting together
5.
(military)

/əˈsɛmblɪ/
noun (pl) -blies
1.
the lower chamber in various American state legislatures See also House of Assembly, legislative assembly, National Assembly
2.
(NZ) short for General Assembly
n.

c.1300, “a gathering of persons, a group gathered for some purpose,” from Old French as(s)emblee “assembly, gathering; union, marriage,” noun use of fem. past participle of assembler “to assemble” (see assemble). Meaning “gathering together” is recorded from early 15c.; that of “act of assembling parts or objects” is from 1914, as is assembly line. School sense is recorded from 1932.

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