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reassemble

/ˌriːəˈsɛmbəl/
verb
1.
to come or bring together again: parliament is due to reassemble
2.
to fit or join (something) together again
Derived Forms
reassembly, noun
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  • Just when I had all my ideas fixed for fifteen, I get twenty-two and have to reassemble them.

    K Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Our problem will be to reassemble them in proper order later.

    Monkey On His Back Charles V. De Vet
  • I can now field strip and reassemble every one of your blasted gadgets in the dark.

    Deathworld Harry Harrison
  • The orders were, at the end of every three fusilades to reassemble at the gorge.

    The Mercenary W. J. Eccott
  • Next day all reassemble at the cave of Pan and the spring of the Styx.

    Essays on the Greek Romances Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
  • Perhaps the police, seeing a mob, ordered it to disperse and reassemble later.

    Wanted: A Cook Alan Dale
  • Now Im going to reassemble it and put it in a case and have a regular set.

    The Radio Detectives

    A. Hyatt Verrill
  • The task of the Reintegrator is to reassemble those electrons.

    The Ordeal of Colonel Johns George H. Smith
  • The King was forced, however, to reassemble Parliament again in the autumn.

    Browning and His Century Helen Archibald Clarke

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