English to Binisaya - Cebuano Dictionary and Thesaurus.

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Word - rootword - affixes
katigoman - tigom - ka-~-an~
ka.ti.gu.man. - 4 syllables

ka- = katigom
-an = katigoman
katigoman

katigoman [ka.tí.gu.man.] : assembly (n.); company (n.); confederation (n.); council (n.); gathering (n.); get-together (n.); troop (n.)
tigom [tí.gum.] : assemblage (n.); assembly (n.); conference (n.); convention (n.); meeting (n.); rally (n.); session (n.); collect (v.); compile (v.); gather (v.)
Synonyms: sanggunian

Derivatives of tigom


Glosses:
assembly
n. (artifact)1. assemblya group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit.
~ machineany mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks.
~ sub-assemblya unit assembled separately but designed to fit with other units in a manufactured product.
~ weldmentan assembly of parts welded together.
n. (act)2. assembly, fabricationthe act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery).
~ construction, buildingthe act of constructing something.; "during the construction we had to take a detour"; "his hobby was the building of boats"
n. (artifact)3. assembly, forum, meeting placea public facility to meet for open discussion.
~ facility, installationa building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry.; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
n. (group)4. assemblya group of persons who are gathered together for a common purpose.
~ assemblage, gatheringa group of persons together in one place.
~ law-makers, legislative assembly, legislative body, legislature, general assemblypersons who make or amend or repeal laws.
~ areopagusthe highest governmental assembly in ancient Athens (later a judicial court).
~ states generalassembly of the estates of an entire country especially the sovereign body of the Dutch republic from 16th to 18th centuries.
~ chapteran ecclesiastical assembly of the monks in a monastery or even of the canons of a church.
~ deliberative assemblyan assembly of people for the purpose of unhurried consideration and discussion.
~ council(Christianity) an assembly of theologians and bishops and other representatives of different churches or dioceses that is convened to regulate matters of discipline or doctrine.
~ chambera deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly.; "the upper chamber is the senate"
~ benchthe magistrate or judge or judges sitting in court in judicial capacity to compose the court collectively.
~ court, judicature, tribunalan assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business.
~ covenan assembly of witches; usually 13 witches.
~ sabbat, witches' sabbatha midnight meeting of witches to practice witchcraft and sorcery; in the Middle Ages it was supposed to be a demonic orgy.
n. (artifact)5. assemblya unit consisting of components that have been fitted together.
~ whole, unitan assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity.; "how big is that part compared to the whole?"; "the team is a unit"
n. (act)6. assemblage, assembly, gatheringthe social act of assembling.; "they demanded the right of assembly"
~ group actionaction taken by a group of people.
~ mobilisation, mobilizationact of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action.; "mobilization of the country's economic resources"
~ calling together, convocationthe act of convoking.
~ coming together, meetingthe social act of assembling for some common purpose.; "his meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day"
~ congregating, congregationthe act of congregating.
~ convening, conventionthe act of convening.
~ concentrationbringing together military forces.
company
n. (group)1. companyan institution created to conduct business.; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
~ broadcasting companya company that manages tv or radio stations.
~ bureau de change(French) an establishment where you can exchange foreign money.
~ auto company, car companya company that makes and sells automobiles.
~ dot-com, dot com, dot com companya company that operates its business primarily on the internet using a URL that ends in `.com'.
~ drug company, pharma, pharmaceutical companya company that makes and sells pharmaceuticals.
~ east india companyan English company formed in 1600 to develop trade with the new British colonies in India and southeastern Asia; in the 18th century it assumed administrative control of Bengal and held it until the British army took over in 1858 after the Indian Mutiny.
~ electronics companya company that makes and sells electronic instruments.
~ film companya company that makes, advertises, and distributes movies.
~ food companya company that processes and sells food.
~ furniture companya company that sells furniture.
~ mining companya company that owns and manages mines.
~ shipping companya company that provides shipping services.
~ steel companya company that makes and sells steel.
~ subsidiary company, subsidiarya company that is completely controlled by another company.
~ transportation companya company providing transportation.
~ institution, establishmentan organization founded and united for a specific purpose.
~ distributora company that markets merchandise.; "his company is a large distributor of software products"
~ oil companya company that sells oil.
~ packaging company, packaging concerna company that packages goods for sale or shipment or storage.
~ pipeline companya company that operates oil pipelines for the oil industry.
~ printing business, printing company, printing concerna company that does commercial printing.
~ corporate investora company that invests in (acquires control of) other companies.
~ takeover target, target companya company that has been chosen as attractive for takeover by a potential acquirer.
~ white knighta company that is a friendly acquirer in a takeover.
~ ld., limited company, ltd.a company that is organized to give its owners limited liability.
~ holding companya company with controlling shares in other companies.
~ servicea company or agency that performs a public service; subject to government regulation.
~ livery companyone of the chartered companies of London originating with the craft guilds.
~ open shopa company whose workers are hired without regard to their membership in a labor union.
~ closed shopa company that hires only union members.
~ union shopa company allowed to hire nonunion workers on the condition that they will join the union within a specified time.
~ stock companya company whose capital is represented by stock.
~ joint-stock companya company (usually unincorporated) which has the capital of its members pooled in a common fund; transferable shares represent ownership interest; shareholders are legally liable for all debts of the company.
~ record companya company that makes and sells musical recordings.
~ moving company, public mover, removal company, removal firm, movera company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another.
~ think factory, think tanka company that does research for hire and issues reports on the implications.
~ shippera company in the business of shipping freight.
n. (group)2. companysmall military unit; usually two or three platoons.
~ army unita military unit that is part of an army.
~ armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machinethe military forces of a nation.; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
~ battle groupan army unit usually consisting of five companies.
~ battalionan army unit usually consisting of a headquarters and three or more companies.
~ platoona military unit that is a subdivision of a company; usually has a headquarters and two or more squads; usually commanded by a lieutenant.
~ trainbanda company of militia in England or America from the 16th century to the 18th century.
n. (state)3. companionship, company, fellowship, societythe state of being with someone.; "he missed their company"; "he enjoyed the society of his friends"
~ freemasonrya natural or instinctive fellowship between people of similar interests.; "he enjoyed the freemasonry of the Press"
~ friendly relationship, friendshipthe state of being friends (or friendly).
n. (group)4. company, troupeorganization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical).; "the traveling company all stayed at the same hotel"
~ organization, organisationa group of people who work together.
~ opera companya company that produces operas.
~ theater companya company that produces plays.
~ ballet companya company that produces ballets.
~ greek chorus, chorusa company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison) on the action in a classical Greek play.
~ circusa travelling company of entertainers; including trained animals.; "he ran away from home to join the circus"
~ minstrel showa troupe of performers in blackface typically giving a comic program of negro songs and jokes.
~ minstrelsya troupe of minstrels.
~ cast, cast of characters, dramatis personaethe actors in a play.
n. (person)5. caller, companya social or business visitor.; "the room was a mess because he hadn't expected company"
~ visitant, visitorsomeone who visits.
n. (group)6. companya social gathering of guests or companions.; "the house was filled with company when I arrived"
~ attendancethe number of people that are present.; "attendance was up by 50 per cent"
~ cohorta company of companions or supporters.
~ social affair, social gatheringa gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship.
~ numbera select company of people.; "I hope to become one of their number before I die"
n. (group)7. company, partya band of people associated temporarily in some activity.; "they organized a party to search for food"; "the company of cooks walked into the kitchen"
~ band, circle, lot, setan unofficial association of people or groups.; "the smart set goes there"; "they were an angry lot"
~ fatigue partya group of soldiers on fatigue duty.
~ landing partya part of a ship's company organized for special duties ashore.
~ party to the action, party to the transactiona party of people taking a role in legal proceedings.
~ rescue partya party of rescuers.
~ search partya party of people to search for someone.
~ stretcher partya party of people with stretchers to carry an injured person.
~ war partya band of warriors who raid or fight an enemy (used especially of Native Americans).
n. (group)8. company, ship's companycrew of a ship including the officers; the whole force or personnel of a ship.
~ full complement, complementnumber needed to make up a whole force.; "a full complement of workers"
~ crewthe men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.).
n. (group)9. companya unit of firefighters including their equipment.; "a hook-and-ladder company"
~ social unit, unitan organization regarded as part of a larger social group.; "the coach said the offensive unit did a good job"; "after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit"
v. (stative)10. accompany, companion, company, keep companybe a companion to somebody.
~ affiliate, assort, consort, associatekeep company with; hang out with.; "He associates with strange people"; "She affiliates with her colleagues"
confederation
n. (state)1. alliance, confederationthe state of being allied or confederated.
~ coalition, fusionthe state of being combined into one body.
n. (group)2. confederacy, confederation, federationa union of political organizations.
~ nationa federation of tribes (especially Native American tribes).; "the Shawnee nation"
~ creek confederacya North American Indian confederacy organized by the Muskogee that dominated the southeastern part of the United States before being removed to Oklahoma.
~ hanseatic leaguea commercial and defensive confederation of free cities in northern Germany and surrounding areas; formed in 1241 and most influential in the 14th century when it included over 100 towns and functioned as an independent political power; the last official assembly was held in 1669.
~ uniona political unit formed from previously independent people or organizations.; "the Soviet Union"
n. (act)3. alliance, confederationthe act of forming an alliance or confederation.
~ group actionaction taken by a group of people.
council
n. (group)1. councila body serving in an administrative capacity.; "student council"
~ administrative body, administrative unita unit with administrative responsibilities.
~ sanhedrinthe supreme judicial and ecclesiastical council of ancient Jerusalem.
~ security council, sca permanent council of the United Nations; responsible for preserving world peace.
~ trusteeship council, tca permanent council of the United Nations that commissions a country (or countries) to undertake the administration of a territory.
~ economic and social council, ecosoca permanent council of the United Nations; responsible for economic and social conditions.
~ nac, north atlantic councila council consisting of permanent representatives of all the member countries of NATO; has political authority and powers of decision.
~ city councila municipal body that can pass ordinances and appropriate funds etc..
~ executive councila council that shares the supreme executive power.
~ panchayat, panchayet, punchayeta village council in India or southern Pakistan.
~ privy councilan advisory council to a ruler (especially to the British Crown).
~ works council(chiefly Brit) a council representing employer and employees of a plant or business to discuss working conditions etc; also: a committee representing the workers elected to negotiate with management about grievances and wages etc.
~ sovietan elected governmental council in a communist country (especially one that is a member of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).
~ world councila council with representatives from different nations.
n. (group)2. council(Christianity) an assembly of theologians and bishops and other representatives of different churches or dioceses that is convened to regulate matters of discipline or doctrine.
~ christian religion, christianitya monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior.
~ assemblya group of persons who are gathered together for a common purpose.
~ ecumenical council(early Christian church) one of seven gatherings of bishops from around the known world under the presidency of the Pope to regulate matters of faith and morals and discipline.; "the first seven councils through 787 are considered to be ecumenical councils by both the Roman Catholic church and the Eastern Orthodox church but the next fourteen councils are considered ecumenical only by the Roman Catholic church"
~ fourth council of constantinople, constantinoplethe council in 869 that condemned Photius who had become the patriarch of Constantinople without approval from the Vatican, thereby precipitating the schism between the eastern and western churches.
~ lateran councilany of five general councils of the Western Catholic Church that were held in the Lateran Palace.
~ first council of lyons, lyonsthe council of the Western Church in 1245 that excommunicated Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and planned a new crusade against the Holy Land.
~ second council of lyons, lyonsthe council in 1274 that effected a temporary reunion of the Greek Orthodox with the Roman Catholic Church.
~ council of vienne, viennethe council in 1311-1313 that dealt with alleged crimes of the Knights Templar, planned a new crusade, and took on the reformation of the clergy.
~ council of constance, constancethe council in 1414-1418 that succeeded in ending the Great Schism in the Roman Catholic Church.
~ council of basel-ferrara-florencethe council in 1431-1439 that concentrated on the elimination of heresies and on reforms within the Roman Catholic Church.
~ council of trenta council of the Roman Catholic Church convened in Trento in three sessions between 1545 and 1563 to examine and condemn the teachings of Martin Luther and other Protestant reformers; redefined the Roman Catholic doctrine and abolished various ecclesiastical abuses and strengthened the papacy.
~ vatican councileach of two councils of the Roman Catholic Church.
n. (group)3. councila meeting of people for consultation.; "emergency council"
~ group meeting, meetinga formally arranged gathering.; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
~ indabaa council at which indigenous peoples of southern Africa meet to discuss some important question.
~ jirgaa Pashto term for a decision making assembly of male elders.; "most criminal cases are handled by a tribal Jirga rather than by laws or police"
~ powwowa council of or with Native Americans.
~ synoda council convened to discuss ecclesiastical business.
~ council member, councillora member of a council.
gathering
n. (group)1. assemblage, gatheringa group of persons together in one place.
~ social grouppeople sharing some social relation.
~ buildingthe occupants of a building.; "the entire building complained about the noise"
~ carloada gathering of passengers sufficient to fill an automobile.
~ contingenta gathering of persons representative of some larger group.; "each nation sent a contingent of athletes to the Olympics"
~ floorthe occupants of a floor.; "the whole floor complained about the lack of heat"
~ pairtwo people considered as a unit.
~ roomthe people who are present in a room.; "the whole room was cheering"
~ threesome, triad, trinity, triothree people considered as a unit.
~ turnoutthe group that gathers together for a particular occasion.; "a large turnout for the meeting"
~ foursome, quartette, quartetfour people considered as a unit.; "he joined a barbershop quartet"; "the foursome teed off before 9 a.m."
~ fivesome, quintette, quintetfive people considered as a unit.
~ sixsome, sextette, sextetsix people considered as a unit.
~ sevensome, septette, septetseven people considered as a unit.
~ eightsome, octette, octeteight people considered as a unit.
~ assemblya group of persons who are gathered together for a common purpose.
~ crowda large number of things or people considered together.; "a crowd of insects assembled around the flowers"
~ concourse, throng, multitudea large gathering of people.
~ audiencea gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance.; "the audience applauded"; "someone in the audience began to cough"
~ communitya group of people living in a particular local area.; "the team is drawn from all parts of the community"
~ municipalitypeople living in a town or city having local self-government.
~ cast, cast of characters, dramatis personaethe actors in a play.
~ grade, class, course, forma body of students who are taught together.; "early morning classes are always sleepy"
~ year, classa body of students who graduate together.; "the class of '97"; "she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
~ social affair, social gatheringa gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship.
~ bunch, crowd, gang, crewan informal body of friends.; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
~ group meeting, meetinga formally arranged gathering.; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
~ coveya small collection of people.
~ quoruma gathering of the minimal number of members of an organization to conduct business.
~ mass meeting, rallya large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm.
~ communea body of people or families living together and sharing everything.
~ convocationa group gathered in response to a summons.
~ fairgathering of producers to promote business.; "world fair"; "trade fair"; "book fair"
~ bevya large gathering of people of a particular type.; "he was surrounded by a bevy of beauties in bathing attire"; "a bevy of young beach boys swarmed around him"
~ entourage, retinue, cortege, suitethe group following and attending to some important person.
~ campa group of people living together in a camp.; "the whole camp laughed at his mistake"
~ mustera gathering of military personnel for duty.; "he was thrown in the brig for missing muster"
~ rap groupa gathering of people holding a rap session.
~ rave-upa raucous gathering.
~ tablea company of people assembled at a table for a meal or game.; "he entertained the whole table with his witty remarks"
~ wine tastinga gathering of people to taste and compare different wines.
n. (act)2. gather, gatheringthe act of gathering something.
~ assembling, collecting, aggregation, collectionthe act of gathering something together.
~ centralisation, centralizationgathering to a center.
~ harvest home, harvesting, harvestthe gathering of a ripened crop.
n. (artifact)3. gather, gatheringsewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching.
~ stitchery, sewingneedlework on which you are working with needle and thread.; "she put her sewing back in the basket"
troop
n. (group)1. troopa group of soldiers.
~ army unita military unit that is part of an army.
~ shock troopssoldiers who are specially trained and armed to lead an assault.
n. (group)2. troopa cavalry unit corresponding to an infantry company.
~ army unita military unit that is part of an army.
~ cavalrya highly mobile army unit.
n. (group)3. scout group, scout troop, troopa unit of Girl or Boy Scouts.
~ social unit, unitan organization regarded as part of a larger social group.; "the coach said the offensive unit did a good job"; "after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit"
n. (group)4. flock, troopan orderly crowd.; "a troop of children"
~ crowda large number of things or people considered together.; "a crowd of insects assembled around the flowers"
v. (motion)5. parade, promenade, troopmarch in a procession.; "the veterans paraded down the street"
~ march, processmarch in a procession.; "They processed into the dining room"
v. (motion)6. troopmove or march as if in a crowd.; "They children trooped into the room"
~ marchwalk fast, with regular or measured steps; walk with a stride.; "He marched into the classroom and announced the exam"; "The soldiers marched across the border"
assembly
conference
n. (group)1. conferencea prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda).
~ group meeting, meetinga formally arranged gathering.; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
~ symposiuma meeting or conference for the public discussion of some topic especially one in which the participants form an audience and make presentations.
~ seminarany meeting for an exchange of ideas.
~ colloquiuman academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting.
~ potsdam conferencea conference held in Potsdam in the summer of 1945 where Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill drew up plans for the administration of Germany and Poland after World War II ended.
~ yalta conferencea conference held in Yalta in February 1945 where Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill planned the final stages of World War II and agreed to the territorial division of Europe.
~ confereea member of a conference.
n. (group)2. conference, leaguean association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members.
~ associationa formal organization of people or groups of people.; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
~ big league, major league, majorsthe most important league in any sport (especially baseball).
~ bush league, minor league, minorsa league of teams that do not belong to a major league (especially baseball).
~ baseball leaguea league of baseball teams.
~ basketball leaguea league of basketball teams.
~ bowling leaguea league of bowling teams.
~ football leaguea league of football teams.
~ hockey leaguea league of hockey teams.
~ ivy leaguea league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige.
~ class, divisiona league ranked by quality.; "he played baseball in class D for two years"; "Princeton is in the NCAA Division 1-AA"
n. (communication)3. conference, group discussiona discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic.
~ give-and-take, discussion, wordan exchange of views on some topic.; "we had a good discussion"; "we had a word or two about it"
~ bull sessionan informal discussion (usually among men).
~ colloquya conversation especially a formal one.
~ consultationa conference between two or more people to consider a particular question.; "frequent consultations with his lawyer"; "a consultation of several medical specialists"
~ consultation, interview, audiencea conference (usually with someone important).; "he had a consultation with the judge"; "he requested an audience with the king"
~ huddle, powwow(informal) a quick private conference.
~ news conference, press conferencea conference at which press and tv reporters ask questions of a politician or other celebrity.
~ pretrial, pretrial conference(law) a conference held before the trial begins to bring the parties together to outline discovery proceedings and to define the issues to be tried; more useful in civil than in criminal cases.
~ round-table conference, round table, roundtablea meeting of peers for discussion and exchange of views.; "a roundtable on the future of computing"
~ sessiona meeting for execution of a group's functions.; "it was the opening session of the legislature"
~ teach-inan extended session (as on a college campus) for lectures and discussion on an important and usually controversial issue.
~ teleconference, teleconferencinga conference of people who are in different locations that is made possible by the use of such telecommunications equipment as closed-circuit television.
convention
n. (group)1. conventiona large formal assembly.; "political convention"
~ group meeting, meetinga formally arranged gathering.; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
~ constitutional conventionthe convention of United States statesmen who drafted the United States Constitution in 1787.
n. (cognition)2. convention, formula, normal, pattern, rulesomething regarded as a normative example.; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
~ practiceknowledge of how something is usually done.; "it is not the local practice to wear shorts to dinner"
~ mores(sociology) the conventions that embody the fundamental values of a group.
~ code of behavior, code of conducta set of conventional principles and expectations that are considered binding on any person who is a member of a particular group.
~ universala behavioral convention or pattern characteristic of all members of a particular culture or of all human beings.; "some form of religion seems to be a human universal"
n. (communication)3. convention(diplomacy) an international agreement.
~ pact, treaty, accorda written agreement between two states or sovereigns.
~ chemical weapons conventiona global treaty banning the production or acquisition or stockpiling or transfer or use of chemical weapons.
~ geneva conventionan agreement first drawn up in Geneva in 1864 and later revised concerning the treatment of captured and wounded military personnel and civilians in wartime.
~ diplomacy, diplomatic negotiationsnegotiation between nations.
n. (attribute)4. convention, conventionalism, conventionalityorthodoxy as a consequence of being conventional.
~ orthodoxythe quality of being orthodox (especially in religion).
~ ossification, conformityhardened conventionality.
n. (act)5. convening, conventionthe act of convening.
~ gathering, assemblage, assemblythe social act of assembling.; "they demanded the right of assembly"
meeting
n. (group)1. group meeting, meetinga formally arranged gathering.; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
~ assemblage, gatheringa group of persons together in one place.
~ board meeting, committee meetinga meeting for administrative purposes.
~ camp meetingreligious (usually evangelistic) meeting held in a large tent or outdoors and lasting several days.
~ caucusa closed political meeting.
~ conclavea confidential or secret meeting.
~ conferencea prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda).
~ congressa meeting of elected or appointed representatives.
~ conventiona large formal assembly.; "political convention"
~ councila meeting of people for consultation.; "emergency council"
~ foruma public meeting or assembly for open discussion.
~ plenuma meeting of a legislative body at which all members are present.; "the plenum will vote on all tax increases"
~ psychotherapy groupa meeting of people for psychotherapeutic purposes.
~ stockholders meetinga meeting at which the management reports to the stockholders of a company.
~ summit meeting, summita meeting of heads of governments.
~ town meetinga meeting of the inhabitants of a town.
n. (group)2. get together, meetinga small informal social gathering.; "there was an informal meeting in my living room"
~ social affair, social gatheringa gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship.
~ conventiclea secret unauthorized meeting for religious worship.
~ appointment, engagement, datea meeting arranged in advance.; "she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date"
~ visita meeting arranged by the visitor to see someone (such as a doctor or lawyer) for treatment or advice.; "he scheduled a visit to the dentist"
~ lunch meeting, luncheon meetinga meeting for lunch; usually to conduct business while eating.
~ power breakfasta meeting of influential people to conduct business while eating breakfast.
~ seance, sitting, sessiona meeting of spiritualists.; "the seance was held in the medium's parlor"
n. (event)3. encounter, meetinga casual or unexpected convergence.; "he still remembers their meeting in Paris"; "there was a brief encounter in the hallway"
~ convergencethe occurrence of two or more things coming together.
~ alignment, conjunction(astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac.
n. (act)4. coming together, meetingthe social act of assembling for some common purpose.; "his meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day"
~ gathering, assemblage, assemblythe social act of assembling.; "they demanded the right of assembly"
~ rendezvousa meeting planned at a certain time and place.
~ sessiona meeting devoted to a particular activity.; "a filming session"; "a gossip session"
~ socialising, socializing, socialisation, socializationthe act of meeting for social purposes.; "there was too much socialization with the enlisted men"
~ visitthe act of going to see some person in a professional capacity.; "a visit to the dentist"
~ visitthe act of visiting in an official capacity (as for an inspection).
~ visitthe act of going to see some person or place or thing for a short time.; "he dropped by for a visit"
n. (act)5. coming together, meeting, mergingthe act of joining together as one.; "the merging of the two groups occurred quickly"; "there was no meeting of minds"
~ converging, convergency, convergencethe act of converging (coming closer).
~ concourse, confluencea coming together of people.
n. (location)6. confluence, meetinga place where things merge or flow together (especially rivers).; "Pittsburgh is located at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers"
~ geographic point, geographical pointa point on the surface of the Earth.
~ rivera large natural stream of water (larger than a creek).; "the river was navigable for 50 miles"
rally
n. (group)1. mass meeting, rallya large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm.
~ assemblage, gatheringa group of persons together in one place.
~ pep rallya rally (especially of students) before a game.
~ revival meeting, revivalan evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion.
n. (act)2. rally, rallyingthe feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort.; "he singled to start a rally in the 9th inning"; "he feared the rallying of their troops for a counterattack"
~ exploit, feat, efforta notable achievement.; "he performed a great feat"; "the book was her finest effort"
n. (process)3. rallya marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness.
~ convalescence, recuperation, recoverygradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury.
n. (event)4. rallyan automobile race run over public roads.
~ auto race, automobile race, car racea race between (usually high-performance) automobiles.
n. (act)5. exchange, rally(sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes.; "after a short rally Connors won the point"
~ squash rackets, squash racquets, squasha game played in an enclosed court by two or four players who strike the ball with long-handled rackets.
~ badmintona game played on a court with light long-handled rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a net.
~ lawn tennis, tennisa game played with rackets by two or four players who hit a ball back and forth over a net that divides the court.
~ ping-pong, table tennisa game (trademark Ping-Pong) resembling tennis but played on a table with paddles and a light hollow ball.
~ group actionaction taken by a group of people.
v. (contact)6. beat up, drum up, rallygather.; "drum up support"
~ collect, pull inget or bring together.; "accumulate evidence"
v. (competition)7. call up, mobilise, mobilize, rallycall to arms; of military personnel.
~ send for, callorder, request, or command to come.; "She was called into the director's office"; "Call the police!"
v. (contact)8. come up, muster, muster up, rally, summongather or bring together.; "muster the courage to do something"; "she rallied her intellect"; "Summon all your courage"
~ gather, pull together, collect, garnerassemble or get together.; "gather some stones"; "pull your thoughts together"
v. (change)9. rally, reboundreturn to a former condition.; "The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"; "The stock market rallied"
~ recuperate, go back, recoverregain a former condition after a financial loss.; "We expect the stocks to recover to $2.90"; "The company managed to recuperate"
v. (communication)10. bait, cod, rag, rally, razz, ride, tantalise, tantalize, taunt, tease, twitharass with persistent criticism or carping.; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
~ bemock, mocktreat with contempt.; "The new constitution mocks all democratic principles"
~ jeer, scoff, flout, gibe, barracklaugh at with contempt and derision.; "The crowd jeered at the speaker"
~ banter, chaff, jolly, josh, kidbe silly or tease one another.; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
session
n. (communication)1. sessiona meeting for execution of a group's functions.; "it was the opening session of the legislature"
~ group discussion, conferencea discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic.
~ sittinga session as of a legislature or court.
~ clinicmeeting for diagnosis of problems and instruction or remedial work in a particular activity.
~ closed session, executive sessiona session (usually of a legislative body) that is closed to the public.
~ hearinga session (of a committee or grand jury) in which witnesses are called and testimony is taken.; "the investigative committee will hold hearings in Chicago"
~ skull sessiona session (as of executives or advisors) to discuss policy or strategy or to solve problems or exchange ideas.
~ special sessiona session that is held in addition to the regular sessions.
~ tutoriala session of intensive tuition given by a tutor to an individual or to a small number of students.
n. (time)2. academic session, academic term, school term, sessionthe time during which a school holds classes.; "they had to shorten the school term"
~ academic year, school yearthe period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying.
~ terma limited period of time.; "a prison term"; "he left school before the end of term"
~ summer schoolan academic session during the summer; usually for remedial or supplementary study.
~ semesterone of two divisions of an academic year.
~ trimesterone of three divisions of an academic year.
~ quarterone of four periods into which the school year is divided.; "the fall quarter ends at Christmas"
n. (act)3. sessiona meeting devoted to a particular activity.; "a filming session"; "a gossip session"
~ coming together, meetingthe social act of assembling for some common purpose.; "his meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day"
~ class period, course session, recitationa regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study.
n. (group)4. seance, session, sittinga meeting of spiritualists.; "the seance was held in the medium's parlor"
~ spirit rapping, table rapping, table tappingalleged form of communication with spirits of the dead.
~ table lifting, table tilting, table tipping, table turningmanipulation of a table during a seance; attributed to spirits.
~ get together, meetinga small informal social gathering.; "there was an informal meeting in my living room"
collect
n. (communication)1. collecta short prayer generally preceding the lesson in the Church of Rome or the Church of England.
~ orison, petition, prayerreverent petition to a deity.
v. (possession)2. accumulate, amass, collect, compile, hoard, pile up, roll upget or gather together.; "I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"; "She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"; "She rolled up a small fortune"
~ run uppile up (debts or scores).
~ corralcollect or gather.; "corralling votes for an election"
~ collect, pull inget or bring together.; "accumulate evidence"
~ scrape up, scrape, scratch, come upgather (money or other resources) together over time.; "She had scraped together enough money for college"; "they scratched a meager living"
~ chunk, lumpput together indiscriminately.; "lump together all the applicants"
~ balemake into a bale.; "bale hay"
~ catchtake in and retain.; "We have a big barrel to catch the rainwater"
~ fundaccumulate a fund for the discharge of a recurrent liability.; "fund a medical care plan"
~ fundplace or store up in a fund for accumulation.
~ hive away, lay in, salt away, stack away, stash away, store, put inkeep or lay aside for future use.; "store grain for the winter"; "The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat"
v. (possession)3. collect, take incall for and obtain payment of.; "we collected over a million dollars in outstanding debts"; "he collected the rent"
~ taketake into one's possession.; "We are taking an orphan from Romania"; "I'll take three salmon steaks"
~ farmcollect fees or profits.
~ raisecollect funds for a specific purpose.; "The President raised several million dollars for his college"
v. (contact)4. collect, garner, gather, pull togetherassemble or get together.; "gather some stones"; "pull your thoughts together"
~ mobilize, marshal, mobilise, summonmake ready for action or use.; "marshal resources"
~ rakegather with a rake.; "rake leaves"
~ glean, harvest, reapgather, as of natural products.; "harvest the grapes"
~ clubgather into a club-like mass.; "club hair"
~ hivegather into a hive.; "The beekeeper hived the swarm"
~ salvage, scavengecollect discarded or refused material.; "She scavenged the garbage cans for food"
~ muster, muster up, rally, summon, come upgather or bring together.; "muster the courage to do something"; "she rallied her intellect"; "Summon all your courage"
~ round upseek out and bring together.; "round up some loyal followers"
~ cull, pick, plucklook for and gather.; "pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"
~ nutgather nuts.
~ snailgather snails.; "We went snailing in the summer"
~ bird-nest, birdnestgather birdnests.; "They went birdnesting in the early morning"
~ nestgather nests.
~ oystergather oysters, dig oysters.
~ spongegather sponges, in the ocean.
~ pearlgather pearls, from oysters in the ocean.
~ clamgather clams, by digging in the sand by the ocean.
~ shockcollect or gather into shocks.; "shock grain"
~ heap up, stack up, pile uparrange into piles or stacks.; "She piled up her books in my living room"
v. (contact)5. collect, pull inget or bring together.; "accumulate evidence"
~ archive, file awayput into an archive.
~ drum up, rally, beat upgather.; "drum up support"
~ accumulate, collect, compile, amass, hoard, roll up, pile upget or gather together.; "I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"; "She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"; "She rolled up a small fortune"
v. (possession)6. call for, collect, gather up, pick upgather or collect.; "You can get the results on Monday"; "She picked up the children at the day care center"; "They pick up our trash twice a week"
~ acquire, getcome into the possession of something concrete or abstract.; "She got a lot of paintings from her uncle"; "They acquired a new pet"; "Get your results the next day"; "Get permission to take a few days off from work"
adj. 7. cod, collectpayable by the recipient on delivery.; "a collect call"; "the letter came collect"; "a COD parcel"
~ dueowed and payable immediately or on demand.; "payment is due"
adv. 8. collectmake a telephone call or mail a package so that the recipient pays.; "call collect"; "send a package collect"
compile
v. (creation)1. compile, composeput together out of existing material.; "compile a list"
~ cobble together, cobble upput together hastily.
~ anthologise, anthologizecompile an anthology.
~ catalog, cataloguemake a catalogue, compile a catalogue.; "She spends her weekends cataloguing"
~ makemake by shaping or bringing together constituents.; "make a dress"; "make a cake"; "make a wall of stones"
v. (creation)2. compileuse a computer program to translate source code written in a particular programming language into computer-readable machine code that can be executed.
~ makemake by shaping or bringing together constituents.; "make a dress"; "make a cake"; "make a wall of stones"
gather
v. (social)1. assemble, foregather, forgather, gather, meetcollect in one place.; "We assembled in the church basement"; "Let's gather in the dining room"
~ aggroup, groupform a group or group together.
~ meetmeet by design; be present at the arrival of.; "Can you meet me at the train station?"
~ encounter, meet, run across, come across, run into, seecome together.; "I'll probably see you at the meeting"; "How nice to see you again!"
~ congregatecome together, usually for a purpose.; "The crowds congregated in front of the Vatican on Christmas Eve"
~ hivemove together in a hive or as if in a hive.; "The bee swarms are hiving"
~ fort, fort upgather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense.
~ convenemeet formally.; "The council convened last week"
~ cluster, clump, constellate, flockcome together as in a cluster or flock.; "The poets constellate in this town every summer"
~ crowd together, crowdto gather together in large numbers.; "men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah"
~ convergemove or draw together at a certain location.; "The crowd converged on the movie star"
~ interactact together or towards others or with others.; "He should interact more with his colleagues"
~ turn outcome and gather for a public event.; "Hundreds of thousands turned out for the anti-war rally in New York"
~ caucusmeet to select a candidate or promote a policy.
~ clubgather and spend time together.; "They always club together"
v. (change)2. accumulate, amass, conglomerate, cumulate, gather, pile upcollect or gather.; "Journals are accumulating in my office"; "The work keeps piling up"
~ increasebecome bigger or greater in amount.; "The amount of work increased"
~ backlogaccumulate and create a backlog.
~ accretegrow or become attached by accretion.; "The story accreted emotion"
~ driftbe piled up in banks or heaps by the force of wind or a current.; "snow drifting several feet high"; "sand drifting like snow"
v. (communication)3. gatherconclude from evidence.; "I gather you have not done your homework"
~ conclude, reason, reason outdecide by reasoning; draw or come to a conclusion.; "We reasoned that it was cheaper to rent than to buy a house"
v. (contact)4. gather, pucker, tuckdraw together into folds or puckers.
~ sew, sew together, stitch, run upfasten by sewing; do needlework.
v. (social)5. assemble, gather, get togetherget people together.; "assemble your colleagues"; "get together all those who are interested in the project"; "gather the close family members"
~ foregather, forgather, assemble, gather, meetcollect in one place.; "We assembled in the church basement"; "Let's gather in the dining room"
~ makeform by assembling individuals or constituents.; "Make a quorum"
v. (contact)6. gatherdraw and bring closer.; "she gathered her shawl around her shoulders"
~ pullapply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion.; "Pull the rope"; "Pull the handle towards you"; "pull the string gently"; "pull the trigger of the gun"; "pull your knees towards your chin"
v. (contact)7. gatherlook for (food) in nature.; "Our ancestors gathered nuts in the Fall"
~ look for, search, seektry to locate or discover, or try to establish the existence of.; "The police are searching for clues"; "They are searching for the missing man in the entire county"
~ shelllook for and collect shells by the seashore.
v. (change)8. gain, gatherincrease or develop.; "the peace movement gained momentum"; "the car gathers speed"
~ increasebecome bigger or greater in amount.; "The amount of work increased"