Convene

• (v. t.) To summon judicially to meet or appear. • (v. t.) To cause to assemble; to call together; to convoke. • (v. i.) To come together; to meet; to unite. • (v. i.) To come together, as in one body or for a public purpose; to meet; to assemble.
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convene

verb meet formally; `The council convened last week`
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Convene

Con·vene' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Convened ; present participle & verbal noun Convenong .] [ Latin convenire ; con- + venire to come: confer French convenir to agree, to be fitting, O...
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Convene

Con·vene' transitive verb 1. To cause to assemble; to call together; to convoke. « And now the almighty father of the gods Convenes a council in the blest abodes. Pope. » 2. To summon judicially to meet or appear. « By the papal canon law, clerks . ....
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convene

Borrowed from French convenir, from Latin convenire.
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convene

convene 1. To come or bring together; to come together; to assemble, or meet, especially for a common purpose. 2. To assemble for united action; to meet in a convention. 3. To come together in harmony; to harmonize, fit each other.
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Convene

To gather together for an official or formal meeting
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convene

[v] - meet formally
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