1. put together or gather






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The verb ‘assemble’ means ‘to put together.’ To 'assemble' can refer to an object that needs to be built or a group of people or ideas that are grouped together. You can ‘assemble furniture’, for example, or ‘assemble a team’. This is a verb used in social and professional contexts. Similar meaning phrases include ‘to build’ and ‘to construct’, or ‘gather together.’

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  1. We quickly assembled the pieces and completed the model aeroplane within an hour.
  2. We assembled outside the gym and then marched in together as a team.

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  1. Our new product can be assembled in this factory, and then distributed throughout the country.
  2. When the fire alarm goes off, everyone needs to assemble in the canteen.

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