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Translation of "assemble" - English-Spanish dictionary

assemble

verb /əˈsembl/
(of people) to come together
reunirse
A crowd had assembled in the hall.
to call or bring together
reunir
He assembled his family and told them of his plan.
to put together (a machine etc)
montar
He assembled the model aeroplane.
assembly noun a collection of people (usually for a particular purpose)
asamblea
a legislative assembly The school meets for morning assembly at 8.30.
the act of assembling or putting together
montaje, ensamblaje
instructions for the assembly of the greenhouse.
assembly line noun a system consisting of a line of workers and machines in a factory, along which a product passes and has something done to it at each stage
Línea de Ensamblaje
Henry Ford used an assembly line to build cars in a quicker and more economical way.
(Definition of assemble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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