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aggregate

noun agglomerate, aggregation, amount, assemblage, assembly, body, collection, conglomeration, entire number, entire quantity, entirety, gross, indissoluble entity, indivisible entity, mass, sum, sum total, total, totality, whole
Associated concepts: aggregate corporation, aggregate innome, combine

aggregate

verb accumulate, acquire, add together, agglomerate, aggroup, amass, amount to, assemble, bring together, build up, clump, cluster, collect, collect into a mass, colligate, compile, conglomerate, cumulate, gather, gather together, group, integrate, join, mass, total, unite
Associated concepts: aggregate claims
See also: accumulate, accumulation, agglomeration, amount, coadunate, collect, collection, collective, combination, compile, complex, composite, compound, comprise, concentrate, conglomerate, conglomeration, congregate, congregation, consolidate, corpus, cumulation, development, entirety, garner, gather, glean, gross, hoard, in solido, join, mass, multiple, quantity, total, totality, whole

AGGREGATE. A collection of particular persons or items, formed into one body; as a corporation aggregate, which is one formed of a number of natural persons; the union of individual charges make an aggregate charge.

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