assembly

noun
1 elected group
ADJECTIVE
elected, representative
constitutional, consultative, general, legislative
local, national, provincial, regional, state
VERB + ASSEMBLY
create, form, set up (BrE)
elect, vote for

South Korea voted for its National Assembly this week.

dissolve
ASSEMBLY + VERB
meet

Provincial assemblies meet once a year.

vote

The assembly voted to delay the legislation to allow further consultation to take place.

ASSEMBLY + NOUN
member
seat
building, room
PREPOSITION
in an/the assembly

These issues have been discussed in the local assemblies.

PHRASES
a meeting of the assembly, a session of the assembly
2 group gathered together
ADJECTIVE
public
peaceful
unlawful
VERB + ASSEMBLY
hold

They demanded the right to hold peaceful assemblies.

call
ASSEMBLY + NOUN
point

When the fire alarm sounds, leave the building and proceed to your assembly point.

PHRASES
freedom of assembly, the right of assembly (= the right to gather freely)
3 at school
ADJECTIVE
school
morning
VERB + ASSEMBLY
have, hold

We hold an assembly every morning.

attend, go to
ASSEMBLY + NOUN
hall
PREPOSITION
at assembly, during assembly, in assembly

The announcement was made during morning assembly.

4 putting parts together
ADJECTIVE
easy
final

This factory deals with final assembly and testing.

VERB + ASSEMBLY
require

Some assembly is required.

ASSEMBLY + NOUN
line

workers on the assembly line

area, plant

The company has twenty assembly plants in Europe.

operation, process, work

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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