Meaning of ASSEMBLY in English

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 ~ voted to delay the legislation to allow further consultation to take place.

ASSEMBLY + NOUN

▪ member

▪ seat

▪ building , room

PREPOSITION

▪ in an/the ~

These issues have been discussed in the local assemblies.

PHRASES

▪ a meeting of the ~ , a session of the ~

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 ~ point.

PHRASES

▪ freedom of ~ , the right of ~ (= the right to gather freely)

3 at school

ADJECTIVE

▪ school

▪ morning

VERB + ASSEMBLY

▪ have , hold

We hold an ~ every morning.

▪ attend , go to

ASSEMBLY + NOUN

▪ hall

PREPOSITION

▪ at ~ , during ~ , in ~

The announcement was made during morning ~.

4 putting parts together

ADJECTIVE

▪ easy

▪ final

This factory deals with final ~ and testing.

VERB + ASSEMBLY

▪ require

Some ~ is required.

ASSEMBLY + NOUN

▪ line

workers on the ~ line

▪ area , plant

The company has twenty ~ plants in Europe.

▪ operation , process , work

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .