convene-v; 1 Senses

Sense Number 1: come together, bring together

Commentary: Syntax Includes: NP1[topic] CONVENE[intransitive] (PP{P NP2[location]}) NP1[topic] CONVENE[intransitive] (PP{P NP2[temporal]}) NP1[agent] CONVENE[transitive] NP2[topic] (PP{P NP3[temporal]}) NP1[agent] CONVENE[transitive] NP2[topic] (PP{P NP3[locative]})

Students from around the globe convened in San Francisco for ThinkQuest Live 2005.
After dinner, the guests convened in the drawing room for brandy and conversation.
The Dead Sea gathering is the first IRFFI meeting to convene since the January 2005 elections in Iraq.
He has convened a group of well-known scientists to address the issue.
The Department of Environmental Quality will convene the second meeting of the Agriculture and Rural Communities Roundtable.

VerbNet: herd-47.5.2
FrameNet: Gathering_up,Congregating
PropBank: NM
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2