Definitions

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  • verb To assemble components prior to delivery or sale

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  • verb to manufacture sections of (a building), especially in a factory, so that they can be easily transported to and rapidly assembled on a building site of buildings

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Examples

  • If one car takes less time, they use that extra time to preassemble parts for the next one.

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  • If one car takes less time, they use that extra time to preassemble parts for the next one.

    BMW's Push for Made-to-Order Cars

  • If one car takes less time, they use that extra time to preassemble parts for the next one.

    BMW's Push for Made-to-Order Cars

  • • Supplies and directions for a new game or craft preassemble all supplies and store them in a Ziploc bag in the Rainy Day Box until ready to use.

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  • Assemble: Once the preassemble stage does its job, the assemble stage takes over to actually convert the message in a format that can be understood by the external system.

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  • Assemble: Once the preassemble stage does its job, the assemble stage takes over to actually convert the message in a format that can be understood by the external system.

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  • I even go as far as preassemble things like green bean casseroles directly in their baking dishes the night before.

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