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Meaning of “assembly” - Learner’s Dictionary

assembly

noun     /əˈsembli/
SCHOOL [C, U] UK a regular meeting of all the students and teachers at a school: morning assemblySchools in generalOfficial meetingsMeeting people
GROUP [C] a group of people, such as a government, who meet to make decisions, laws, etc: the national assemblyInternational politics and governmentOfficial meetingsMeeting people
BUILD [U] the act of building something by joining parts togetherCreating and producingInventing, designing and innovationIndustry and industrial processes
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