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assemble to gather into a group. [3 definitions]
assembly a group of people gathered together, usually for a specific purpose. [4 definitions]
assembly line a way of putting together a product in a factory by moving it along a line of workers. Each worker adds or adjusts a part until the product is finished.
assent to agree (usually followed by "to"). [2 definitions]
assert to state with force or confidence. [2 definitions]
assertive forward or aggressive in speech or action.
assess to look at and try to discover the quality or degree of (something); evaluate; estimate. [3 definitions]
asset something useful or valuable. [2 definitions]
assign to set apart or give out for a particular use. [3 definitions]
assignment an assigned task, such as a job or lesson. [3 definitions]
assist to give aid or support to. [2 definitions]
assistance the act of giving aid or support. [2 definitions]
assistant a person who gives help, aid, or assistance.
associate to connect with something else in one's mind. [6 definitions]
association a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a shared interest. [4 definitions]
associative property in addition and multiplication, the characteristic that allows you to add or multiply a group of numbers in any order and get the same answer. For example, in multiplication, (5 x 2) x 7 is equal to (7 x 2) x 5.
assorted of different kinds or sorts, collected together; variety.
assortment a collection of different sorts of things; variety.
assume to suppose (something) to be true without knowing the actual facts; take for granted. [3 definitions]
assumption something that is supposed or believed without questioning. For example, if you ask someone whether she is allowed to watch TV during dinner, you have made an assumption that there is a TV in her house. Assumptions are ideas people have that are not based on proven facts. An assumption can be correct or incorrect. [2 definitions]
assurance a statement meant to give confidence. [2 definitions]