reassembly

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assembling again
A process of reordering and extracting the payload fields from frames in a sequence to reconstruct a copy of a source buffer in a destination buffer
The IP process in which a previously fragmented packet is reassembled before being passed to the transport layer
The process by which an IP datagram is "put back together" at the receiving host after having been fragmented in transit See fragmentation and MTU
(n ) The process of reassembling the smaller pieces of an IP datagram into the original data format
The process of assembling something again
{i} act of gathering again, reconvening; act of putting together again, act of rebuilding by joining together separate pieces
The IP process in which a previously fragmented packet is reassembled before being passed to the host-to-host layer See also fragmentation
reassemble
{v} to assemble or collect again
reassemble
To assemble again
reassemble
assemble once again, after taking something apart
reassemble
assemble again
reassemble
{f} reconvene, gather again; put together again, rebuild by joining together separate pieces
reassemble
If a group of people reassembles or if you reassemble them, they gather together again in a group. We shall reassemble in the car park in thirty minutes Mr Lucas reassembled his team in September
reassemble
If you reassemble something, you put it back together after it has been taken apart. We will now try to reassemble pieces of the wreckage
reassembly

    Hyphenation

    re·as·sem·bly

    Turkish pronunciation

    riısembli

    Pronunciation

    /ˌrēəˈsemblē/ /ˌriːəˈsɛmbliː/

    Etymology

    (prefix.) Middle English, from Old French, from Latin re-, red- back, again, against.

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