- v.集合，收集( assemble的过去式和过去分词 ); 装配，组合;
The assembled multitude cheered and whistled as the political leaders arrived.
As chief executive, he assembled a polished stable of celebrities.
Everyone had already assembled in the boardroom for the 9:00 a.m. session.
The children were assembled in hundreds.
He bowed low to the assembled crowd.
He bought the parts separately and assembled his own computer.
The pupils assembled [ were assembled ] in the school hall.
They assembled the model ship bit by bit.
A crowd quickly assembled to watch the cockfight.
The pupils assembled in the school hall.
The workers were assembled in the hall.
The dean assembled the students in the auditorium.
He assembled a rich trove of Chinese porcelain.
The ship's company assembled on deck for inspection.
With the announcement "Paphos has fallen!" a cheer went up from the assembled soldiers.
First, there is the way the data is assembled.
During the presidential campaign, Barack Obama assembled a racially and ideologically diverse coalition with his message of hope and change; as the reality of life under a new administration settles in, some of those supporters might become disillusioned.
1. brought together into a group or crowd;
"the accumulated letters in my office"
2. formed by fitting or joining components together
整体组立杆塔 assembled-tower erection