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01. His [aggregate] score for the two rounds of golf was by far the best in the tournament.
02. Manchester has beaten Liverpool three times this season, with an [aggregate] score of 7 - 3.
03. The three riders with the lowest [aggregate] times after today's stage will advance to the next round.
04. The [aggregate] total of 504 set a new record for the course.
05. Our society is often described as an [aggregate] of individuals, rather than a unified group.
06. A prediction of the outcome was made by [aggregating] the results obtained up to that time.
07. The four games were quite close, but England was declared the winner on [aggregate].
08. The growth rate of the GNP depends largely upon the growth rate of [aggregate] demand.
09. Any predictions based on an [aggregation] of the results are entirely speculative.
10. Paul Valery once stated that science means simply the [aggregate] of all the recipes that are always successful. All the rest is literature.
11. Helen Keller once noted that the world is moved not only by the mighty shoves of the heroes, but also by the [aggregate] of the tiny pushes of each honest worker.
12. In May 1998, the [aggregate] ceiling on foreign investment in Korean equities was abolished.
13. If two teams are tied at the end of the qualifying round, the [aggregated] scores of goals against will be used to determine which team will continue on to the final.
14. Biologists say that each cell in our body is actually an [aggregate] of species functioning as a single entity.
15. Around 4.6 million years ago, our planet was formed through an [aggregation] of space dust and meteorites.
16. In general, a body of rock consists of mixtures or [aggregates] of minerals.
17. An American reporter has suggested that in the [aggregate], the loss of life for U.S. military personnel in the Iraq war is historically light compared with other conflicts.

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  • aggregate — ag·gre·gate 1 / a grə gət/ adj: taken as a total aggregate liability ag·gre·gate 2 / a grə ˌgāt/ vb gat·ed, gat·ing vt 1: to combine or gather into a whole class members may aggregate their indiv …   Law dictionary

  • Aggregate — may refer to: * Aggregate (composite), in materials science, a component of a composite material used to resist compressive stress * Construction aggregate, materials used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, or recycled… …   Wikipedia

  • aggregate — n 1 *sum, total, whole, number, amount, quantity Antonyms: individual: particular 2 Aggregate, aggregation, conglomerate, conglomeration, agglomerate, agglomeration denote a mass formed by parts or particles that are not merged into each other.… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • aggregate — [ag′rə git; ] for v. [, ag′rəgāt΄] adj. [L aggregatus, pp. of aggregare, to lead to a flock, add to < ad , to + gregare, to herd < grex (gen. gregis), a herd] 1. gathered into, or considered as, a whole; total [the aggregate number of… …   English World dictionary

  • Aggregate — Ag gre*gate, n. 1. A mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars; as, a house is an aggregate of stone, brick, timber, etc. [1913 Webster] Note: In an aggregate the particulars are less intimately mixed than in a compound. [1913 Webster] 2. (Physics) …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Aggregate — Ag gre*gate, a. [L. aggregatus, p. p.] 1. Formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; collective. [1913 Webster] The aggregate testimony of many hundreds. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] 2. (Anat.) Formed into clusters or groups …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aggregate — [adj] forming a collection from separate parts accumulated, added, amassed, assembled, collected, collective, combined, composite, corporate, cumulative, heaped, mixed, piled, total; concept 781 Ant. individual, part, particular aggregate [n]… …   New thesaurus

  • Aggregate — Ag gre*gate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Aggregated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Aggregating}.] [L. aggregatus, p. p. of aggregare to lead to a flock or herd; ad + gregare to collect into a flock, grex flock, herd. See {Gregarious}.] 1. To bring together; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aggregate — ► NOUN 1) a whole formed by combining several different elements. 2) the total score of a player or team in a fixture comprising more than one game or round. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ formed or calculated by the combination of many separate items. ► VERB ▪… …   English terms dictionary

  • aggregate — ▪ I. aggregate ag‧gre‧gate 1 [ˈægrɪgt] noun [countable] 1. the total after a lot of different parts or figures have been added together: • If workers seek greater increases in wages, they will in the aggregate (= in total ) bring about higher… …   Financial and business terms

  • aggregate — aggregates, aggregating, aggregated (The adjective and noun are pronounced [[t]æ̱grɪgət[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]æ̱grɪgeɪt[/t]].) 1) ADJ: ADJ n An aggregate amount or score is made up of several smaller amounts or scores added together.… …   English dictionary

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