Assembling and Montage


Assembling noun - The act of gathering something together.

Montage and assembling are semantically related in installation topic. In some cases you can use "Montage" instead a noun "Assembling".


Montage noun - An unorganized collection or mixture of various things.
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Synonyms for Montage

Assembling and montage are semantically related in installation topic. You can use "Assembling" instead a noun "Montage".

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / A Movie Conner did not shoot any original footage, instead assembling a series of stock footage clips to make a montage.
  • IKEA Weaponry Used frequently in Mission: Impossible; usually with a Hard Work Montage/ Lock and Load Montage showing Barney or one of the others assembling the required equipment.
    Source: IKEA Weaponry
  • This trope still applies if we get to see an A-Team Montage assembling Chekhov's Armoury beforehand — as long as we still don't know how the guns within will be fired until the time comes.
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