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assembly

US [əˈsembli]
UK [əˈsembli]
  • n.装配;议会;集合;组合体
  • Web组装;组件;程序集
Plural Form:assemblies  
Assembly
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n.
1.
[c]
立法机构;会议;议会a group of people who have been elected to meet together regularly and make decisions or laws for a particular region or country
state/legislative/federal/local assemblies
州众议院;立法会议;联邦╱地方议会
Power has been handed over to provincial and regional assemblies.
权力已移交给省和地区议会。
The national assembly has voted to adopt the budget.
国民议会已表决通过预算。
the California Assembly
美国加利福尼亚州众议院
the UN General Assembly
联合国大会
2.
[u][c]
集会;(统称)集会者the meeting together of a group of people for a particular purpose; a group of people who meet together for a particular purpose
They were fighting for freedom of speech and freedom of assembly.
他们为言论自由和集会自由而斗争。
He was to address a public assembly on the issue.
他要对公众集会发表演说谈论这个问题。
an assembly point(= a place where people have been asked to meet)
集会地点
3.
[c][u]
(全校师生的)晨会,朝会a meeting of the teachers and students in a school, usually at the start of the day, to give information, discuss school events or say prayers together
4.
[u]
装配;组装;总成the process of putting together the parts of sth such as a vehicle or piece of furniture
Putting the bookcase together should be a simple assembly job.
组装书橱应该是个简单的装配活。
a car assembly plant
汽车装配厂

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