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arrangement a group of things that have been put together in a decided-upon way. [1/6 definitions]
assembly a collection of parts, as of machinery, put together to form a whole. [1/4 definitions]
assembly line a set-up in a factory whereby a product being put together passes, in moving along a track, conveyor belt, or the like, a succession of stations with workers, each of whom adds, adjusts, or secures apart to the whole.
confect to make up, put together, or manufacture by combining materials or ingredients. [1/2 definitions]
constitution that which makes up something, or the way that something is put together or composed. [1/6 definitions]
construct to put together by assembling component parts; build. [1/2 definitions]
construction something that is put together or constructed; structure. [1/4 definitions]
crazy quilt a patchwork quilt in which pieces of varying color, shape, and size are put together in no specific pattern. [1/2 definitions]
fabricate to put together by assembling. [1/3 definitions]
fanzine (informal) a magazine, usu. not of professional quality, put together for a specific population, as for fans with a common interest.
frame to put together a supporting frame for. [1/9 definitions]
jigsaw puzzle a puzzle consisting of a picture or design that has been cut into pieces of different shapes, which must be put together to reassemble the picture. The puzzle is usually made of cardboard or wood, and the pieces typically interlock.
knockdown built from pieces that can be easily put together and taken apart. [2/6 definitions]
make up to prepare or put together. [1/7 definitions]
match2 to find and put together (things that are identical or very much alike). [2/11 definitions]
mix to put together in a way that has no order or organization (often fol. by "up"). [1/8 definitions]
reconstitute to put together or constitute again. [1/2 definitions]
rig to put together for temporary use, often in a makeshift manner (usu. fol. by "up"). [1/10 definitions]
scarf2 to put together using a scarf joint. [1/4 definitions]
systems engineering a branch of engineering that makes use of computer science and systems analysis to put together efficient operating procedures for certain networks or complexes.
whip up (informal) to concoct or put together quickly. [1/2 definitions]