Assemble - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əˈsembl|  American pronunciation of the word assemble
Brit.  |əˈsɛmb(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word assemble


- create by putting components or members together (syn: piece, tack)
- collect in one place(syn: foregather, forgather, gather, meet)

We assembled in the church basement

- get people together(syn: gather)

assemble your colleagues


We'll need to assemble a list of songs for the concert.

She assembled all of her old photos into three albums.

Hundreds of notes and letters were assembled into a book.

A team of scientists was assembled to study the problem.

The U.S. Constitution gives people the right to assemble peacefully.

A crowd had assembled in front of the courthouse during the trial.

After dinner, the men would assemble in the living room to watch the game on TV.

The club assembles once a month to discuss upcoming activities.

Their father helped them assemble their new bicycles in the garage.

The cars are assembled on an assembly line.

Parliament assembled in November.

We will let you have the report as soon as we have assembled all the data.

A large crowd had assembled outside the American embassy.

He looked around at the assembled company (=all the people who had come there).

She had assembled a collection of her favourite songs.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: assemble
he/she/it: assembles
present participle: assembling
past tense: assembled
past participle: assembled
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