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assembly British & World English

A group of people gathered together in one place for a common purpose

assembly English Thesaurus

the Council of Nicaea was the largest assembly of bishops hitherto

assembly line British & World English

A series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succession of identical items is progressively assembled

assembly room British & World English

A public room or hall in which meetings or social functions are held

assembly shop British & World English

A place where a machine or its components are assembled

self-assembly British & World English

The construction of an object, especially a piece of furniture, from materials sold in kit form

sub-assembly British & World English

A unit assembled separately but designed to be incorporated with other units into a larger manufactured product

self-assembly English Thesaurus

the artist can buy easel kits for self-assembly

assembly point British & World English

A location designated as the place for a group to meet or for people to gather in an emergency

assembly language British & World English

A low-level symbolic code converted by an assembler

National Assembly British & World English

An elected legislature in various countries

unlawful assembly British & World English

A meeting of three or more people likely to cause a breach of the peace or to endanger the public

General Assembly New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

highest court of the Church of Scotland

the assembly in assembly British & World English

A signal for troops to assemble, given by drum or bugle