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assembly

noun (MEETING) 集会     /əˈsem.bli/
[C] a group of people, especially one that meets regularly for a particular purpose, such as government, or more generally, the process of coming together, or the state of being together (尤指为特定目的而经常)聚集在一起的人,(所有)与会者;集合,聚集 the United Nations General Assembly 联合国大会 She has been tipped as a future member of the Welsh Assembly. 大家预测她将会成为威尔士议会议员。 Official meetingsMeeting people
Assembly US
one of the two parts of the government that makes laws in many US States (美国某些州的)州众议院 the New York Assembly 纽约州众议院 The Senate and the Assembly put aside political differences to pass the aid package. 州参众两院搁置了政治分歧,以通过有关援助的一揽子计划。 United States politics and government
[C or U] a meeting in a school of several classes for a group activity such as singing, a theatrical performance or a film (多个班级参加的)集体活动,集会 All pupils are expected to attend school assembly. 所有学生都要参加校会。 There's a religious assembly every morning. 学校每天早晨都举行宗教晨会。 Schools in general
(Definition of assembly noun (MEETING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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