1 convene, gather, call or bring or get together, convoke, summon, muster, marshal, rally, levy, round up, collect, congregate, forgather or foregather; meet:
The forces were assembled along the waterfront. A small crowd assembled at the airport.
2 accumulate, gather, amass, collect, bring or group or lump together, compile, unite, join or draw together:
The paintings were assembled from many sources.
3 construct, put together, erect, set up, fit or join or piece together, connect, fabricate, manufacture, make:
The sculpture was assembled from so-called objets trouvés, or 'found' objects.
carefully | badly | hastily, quickly
a hastily assembled force of warriors
| easily | together
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The French began to assemble an army
| manage to | be easy to, be possible to | be difficult to
We had assembled for the first rehearsal.
the force that permits atoms to assemble into molecules
The shelves are available in kit form or fully assembled.
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