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assemble (verb), assembles; assembled; assembling
1. To bring or to call together into one place; such as, a group: The judge assembled the jury to present the verdict.

The church will assemble again this Sunday evening.

2. To fit the parts or pieces of something together: Mark was assembling the data of his biology report to present to his university professor.
3. Etymology: from Old French assembler, from Latin assimulare, "to make like, to think like"; later "to gather together"; from ad-, "to" + simul, "together".
To put or to fit together.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ble, -bul (page 1) simal-, simil-, simul-, -semble (page 1)
Word Entries at Get Words: “assembles
To fit together the parts or pieces of something; to put or to gather into a group; such as, ideas. (1)