Meaning of ASSEMBLY in English

ASSEMBLY

noun (plural -blies) Etymology: Middle English assemblee, from Anglo-French, from assembler Date: 14th century a company of persons gathered for deliberation and legislation, worship, or entertainment, a legislative body, a meeting of a student body and usually faculty for administrative, educational, or recreational purposes, 4. assemblage 1, assemblage 2, a signal for troops to assemble or fall in, 6. the fitting together of manufactured parts into a complete machine, structure, or unit of a machine, a collection of parts so assembled, the translation of ~ language to machine language by an assembler

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