transitive: to assemble (something) again : to bring or put together the parts of (something) again
reassemble a committee
Internet traffic is broken up into small chunks of data called "packets" that travel through the wires separately and then are reassembled by the computer or mobile device that's receiving them.—David Choffnes
San Francisco has a bye this week during which most of the healthy players will leave town until the team reassembles next Monday.—Matt Barrows
Examples of reassemble in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebBut the buyer will have to relocate and reassemble the 1890 structure, which has been dismantled into 5,389 pieces.—J.s. Marcus, WSJ, 21 Nov. 2023 Here’s a great piece from this week: Inside the Israeli lab ‘reassembling and reconnecting’ the mangled bodies of the dead.—Los Angeles Times, 18 Nov. 2023 The donor is then completely taken apart in the company’s sprawling 100,000-square-foot facility, the body painstakingly restored and painted on-site, before being reassembled and finally test-driven for over 250 miles.—Howard Walker, Robb Report, 19 Oct. 2023 Movers may charge extra for providing packing materials or reassembling furniture, for example.—Leslie J. Thompson, Dallas News, 9 Aug. 2023 Between needing to find a place to work, needing to reassemble large workforces, and the bare minimum prep work needed to start or restart almost any film or TV shoot, most series are going to need 4-5 weeks at minimum to get started.—Alan Sepinwall, Rolling Stone, 11 Nov. 2023 The recent gun analysis from experts in ballistics and forensic testing based in Arizona and New Mexico relied on replacement parts to reassemble the gun fired by Baldwin -- after parts of the pistol were broken during earlier testing by the FBI.—Morgan Lee The Associated Press, Arkansas Online, 18 Oct. 2023 The gun analysis from experts in ballistics and forensic testing based in Arizona and New Mexico relied on replacement parts to reassemble the gun fired by Baldwin —after parts of the pistol were broken during earlier testing by the FBI.—CBS News, 17 Oct. 2023 This midcentury masterpiece has now, against all odds, been reassembled at another New York landmark — La Guardia Airport.—Hilarie M. Sheets, New York Times, 13 Oct. 2023 See More
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