Translation of assembly in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /əˈsembli/

n (plural -blies)

  • 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (coming together) reunión (feminine) unlawful assembly reunión (feminine) no autorizada freedom of assembly libertad (feminine) de reunión (before noun/delante del nombre) assembly hall sala (feminine) de actos assembly point punto (masculine) de reunión assembly rooms sala (feminine) de actos
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    • There are stirrings of something new when they rule in favor of those students who exercise freedoms of expression and assembly for religious purposes.
    • The police clearly have orders to break up even the smallest gathering despite the fact that freedom of expression and assembly are constitutionally guaranteed.
    • How do you clamp down on messy street protests without violating fundamental laws that guarantee freedom of assembly and prohibit political interference with policing?
    1.2 countable/numerable (group) concurrencia (feminine)
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    • They gather in a general assembly (in the auditorium) and declare their grievances against her.
    • Specialty assemblies gather for business meetings at least twice per year to discuss hot topics and issues relevant to their specialty.
    • At this news, those gathered at the assembly broke out in heated debate.
    1.3 countable/numerable [Government/Gobierno] asamblea (feminine) the Assembly (in (United States/los Estados Unidos) ) la Asamblea
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    • A vote in favour will result in the region having an assembly elected by proportional representation consisting of between 25 and 30 members.
    • Six members of the legislative assembly are elected from each of the existing 18 Westminster parliamentary constituencies.
    • Last night deflated devolutionists were stressing that the question of how the Northern regions can improve their economies themselves without elected assemblies still needed to be answered.
    1.4 [Education/Educación] (no article/sin artículo)reunión de profesores y alumnos, al iniciarse la jornada escolar
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    • On the last day of term, parents of Year Five and Six children at Threshfield School were invited to the regular special assembly where the children present their review of the term's work.
    • Amelia and Isabella - wearing Pudsey ears - stood up in front of 150 other pupils in assembly at Mellor Primary and asked them to help raise money.
    • Meanwhile, news of the tragedy was relayed to pupils during morning assembly today at Bitterne Park School where the teenager had been a pupil since last year.
  • 2 [Technology/Tecnología] 2.1 countable/numerable (unit) unidad (feminine) 2.2 uncountable/no numerable (process) montaje (m), ensamblaje (m) (before noun/delante del nombre) assembly line cadena (feminine) de montaje assembly plant planta (feminine) de montaje
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    • These Daimler dealers currently get their cars from assembly plants in the U.S.A., whose production capacity currently does not meet with demand for right hand drive cars.
    • Having standardized parts fabrication, Ford in 1910 opened a revolutionary car assembly plant in Highland Park, Michigan.
    • The workers accused management of keeping them guessing about their future with the troubled car assembly plant, which has only functioned sporadically over the past two years.
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    • Extended product design teams can compare components and assemblies and identify engineering changes authored using multiple CAD tools.
    • The plant produces sliding windows for pickup trucks, quarter windows with lights and lift gate assemblies at a volume of approximately 480,000 units per year.
    • This method involves identifying between 20 and 50 key components or assemblies in the product.

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