American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made or manufactured with parts or sections ready to be joined or fitted together before use: working with unassembled metal shelving.
- adj. Not assembled.
- un- + assembled (Wiktionary)
“We still have an extensive export operation since GM of Canada has a responsibility to ship vehicles, mostly in unassembled form, to GM assembly plants around the world.”
“The boxes are opened for the ships, but the ships are still unassembled and the decals are still on the sheets.”
“Work at 12, but now is forever, limbs unassembled, jumbled haphazardly in utopian frequency.”
“But it will reopen roughly half as large as what was envisioned in 2009, with parts to a second assembly line remaining unassembled on the plant floor, and has rehired only about half of the 50 workers laid off in March.”
“These kits came unassembled and were usually copies of the actual trucks that rolled off the production line at the beginning of the production year.”
“These are very rare, and this one is in mint condition, unassembled, still in it's original wrapping.”
“The unassembled carts came with no instructions, so it took me a lot longer than that.”
“NASA will use information gained from this RFI to develop strategies for eventual placement of two space shuttle orbiters and a minimum of six unassembled space shuttle main engine display "kits.”
“Low construction costs and easily shipped in unassembled bundles, components can be carried to remote areas.”
“In Afghanistan, burqas are widely available, as fabric, unassembled or assembled.”
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