Associations to the word «Assembly»
ASSEMBLY, noun. A set of pieces that work together in unison as a mechanism or device.
ASSEMBLY, noun. The act of putting together such set of pieces.
ASSEMBLY, noun. A congregation of people in one place for a purpose.
ASSEMBLY, noun. A legislative body.
ASSEMBLY, noun. (military) A beat of the drum or sound of the bugle as a signal to troops to assemble.
ASSEMBLY, noun. (computing) Short for assembly language.
ASSEMBLY, noun. (computing) In Microsoft .NET, a building block of an application, similar to a DLL, but containing both executable code and information normally found in a DLL's type library. The type library information in an assembly, called a manifest, describes public functions, data, classes, and version information.
ASSEMBLY, proper noun. (US) The lower legislative body of each of a number of states of the United States, ("the Assembly").
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE, noun. (computing) A programming language in which the source code of programs is composed of mnemonic instructions, each of which corresponds directly to a machine instruction for a particular processor.
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE, proper noun. Alternative spelling of assembly language
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGES, noun. Plural of assembly language
ASSEMBLY LINE, noun. (manufacturing) A system of workers and machinery in which a product is assembled in a series of consecutive operations; typically the product is attached to a continuously moving belt
ASSEMBLY LINES, noun. Plural of assembly line
ASSEMBLY OF GOD, noun. Singular of Assemblies of God
ASSEMBLY, noun. A group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit.
ASSEMBLY, noun. The act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery).
ASSEMBLY, noun. A public facility to meet for open discussion.
ASSEMBLY, noun. A group of persons who are gathered together for a common purpose.
ASSEMBLY, noun. A unit consisting of components that have been fitted together.
ASSEMBLY, noun. The social act of assembling; "they demanded the right of assembly".
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