an assembly or gathering of peopleI travel to London regularly for business meetings.
The president summoned the state governors to a conference on education.
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
She waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
A lot has changed since the party congress.
an emergency session of parliament
They held a rally to mark international human rights day.
I flew to Boston to attend the annual convention of the Parapsychological Association.
get-together (informal), , , ,
I arranged a get-together at my home.
hui (New Zealand),
He arranged a hui which called together a broad span of Māori tribes and opinions.
lekgotal or kgotla (South Africa),
In the US, Nato defence ministers have just ended a lengthy conclave.
a convocation of bishops
an act of coming togetherThirty-seven years after our first meeting I was back in her studio.
an encounter with a remarkable man
With considerable shyness she performed the introductions.
This issue could lead to a military confrontation.
He had an engagement at a restaurant in Greek Street at eight.
I had decided to keep my rendezvous with him.
She had an assignation with her boyfriend.
an act of coming togetherthe meeting of three streams
Hindon lies at the convergence of eight roads.
Norway's union with Denmark in the late fourteenth century
This is due to a conjunction of religious and social factors.
Follow the road to a junction and turn left.
at the intersection of two main canals
The streets were filled with a fair concourse of people that night.
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in the sense of assembly
a number of people gathered together for a meetingShe waited until quiet settled on the assembly.
hui (New Zealand),
runanga (New Zealand)
in the sense of assignation
a secret arrangement to meet, esp. one between loversShe had an assignation with her boyfriend.
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