v. re·as·sem·bled, re·as·sem·bling, re·as·sem·bles
1. To bring or gather together again: reassembled the band for a reunion tour.
2. To fit or join the parts of (something) together again: reassembled the toaster after fixing it.
To gather together again, especially in a different place: The sightseers reassembled at the bus station.
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