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Japanese translation of “assembly”

assembly

noun
 
/əˈsem·bli/ (plural assemblies)
a meeting of a large group of people, especially one that happens regularly for a particular purpose
集会, 会合
Our school has assembly (= when all the classes in the school meet for special activities) on Fridays.
a group of people who are elected and make laws or decisions for a country or region
議会
the Welsh Assembly
one of the two parts of the government in many states in the U.S. that make laws
(米国州議会の)下院
(Definition of assembly from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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