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    • [adjective, noun ag-ri-git, -geyt; verb ag-ri-geyt]
    • /adjective, noun ˈæg rɪ gɪt, -ˌgeɪt; verb ˈæg rɪˌgeɪt/
    • /ˈæɡ.rɪ.ɡət/
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    • [adjective, noun ag-ri-git, -geyt; verb ag-ri-geyt]
    • /adjective, noun ˈæg rɪ gɪt, -ˌgeɪt; verb ˈæg rɪˌgeɪt/

Definitions of aggregate word

  • adjective aggregate An aggregate amount or score is made up of several smaller amounts or scores added together. 3
  • adjective aggregate Aggregate is also a noun. 3
  • countable noun aggregate An aggregate is a number of people or things that are being considered as a single thing. 3
  • verb aggregate If amounts or things are aggregated, they are added together and considered as a single amount or thing. 3
  • adjective aggregate formed of separate units collected into a whole; collective; corporate 3
  • adjective aggregate (of fruits and flowers) composed of a dense cluster of carpels or florets 3

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Origin of aggregate

First appearance:

before 1375
One of the 22% oldest English words
1375-1425; late Middle English < Latin aggregātus (past participle of aggregāre), equivalent to ag- ag- + greg- (stem of grex flock) + -ātus -ate1

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Parts of speech for Aggregate


aggregate popularity

A common word. It’s meaning is known to most children of preschool age. About 94% of English native speakers know the meaning and use the word.
Most Europeans know this English word. The frequency of it’s usage is somewhere between "mom" and "screwdriver".

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Synonyms for aggregate

verb aggregate

  • amass — If you amass something such as money or information, you gradually get a lot of it.
  • collect — If you collect a number of things, you bring them together from several places or from several people.
  • sum — the aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars as determined by or as if by the mathematical process of addition: The sum of 6 and 8 is 14.
  • assemble — When people assemble or when someone assembles them, they come together in a group, usually for a particular purpose such as a meeting.
  • number — one of a series of things distinguished by or marked with numerals.

noun aggregate

  • collection — A collection of things is a group of similar things that you have deliberately acquired, usually over a period of time.
  • mass — the celebration of the Eucharist. Compare High Mass, Low Mass.
  • whole — comprising the full quantity, amount, extent, number, etc., without diminution or exception; entire, full, or total: He ate the whole pie. They ran the whole distance.
  • combination — A combination of things is a mixture of them.
  • group — any collection or assemblage of persons or things; cluster; aggregation: a group of protesters; a remarkable group of paintings.

adjective aggregate

  • collective — Collective actions, situations, or feelings involve or are shared by every member of a group of people.
  • combined — A combined effort or attack is made by two or more groups of people at the same time.
  • cumulative — If a series of events have a cumulative effect, each event makes the effect greater.
  • amassed — to gather for oneself; collect as one's own: to amass a huge amount of money.
  • summative — additive.

Antonyms for aggregate

verb aggregate

  • disperse — to drive or send off in various directions; scatter: to disperse a crowd.
  • scatter — to throw loosely about; distribute at irregular intervals: to scatter seeds.
  • detach — If you detach one thing from another that it is fixed to, you remove it. If one thing detaches from another, it becomes separated from it.
  • disconnect — SCSI reconnect
  • break up — When something breaks up or when you break it up, it separates or is divided into several smaller parts.

noun aggregate

  • fraction — Mathematics. a number usually expressed in the form a/b. a ratio of algebraic quantities similarly expressed.
  • part — a portion or division of a whole that is separate or distinct; piece, fragment, fraction, or section; constituent: the rear part of the house; to glue the two parts together.
  • individual — a single human being, as distinguished from a group.
  • one — being or amounting to a single unit or individual or entire thing, item, or object rather than two or more; a single: one woman; one nation; one piece of cake.
  • disaggregate — to separate (an aggregate or mass) into its component parts.

adjective aggregate

  • uncombined — made by combining; joined; united, as in a chemical compound.
  • particular — of or relating to a single or specific person, thing, group, class, occasion, etc., rather than to others or all; special rather than general: one's particular interests in books.

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