Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
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.’
Social Examples (Advance)
We quickly assembled the piecesand completed the model aeroplane within an hour.
We assembled outside the gymand then marched in together as a team.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Our new product can be assembled in this factory, and then distributed throughout the country.
When the fire alarm goes off, everyone needs to assemble in the canteen.
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