Definition of Aggregate:

  1. Construction: Granular mineral material (such as sand, gravel, crushed stone) used with a bonding medium (such as cement or clay) to make concrete, plaster, or terrazzo mixture.

  2. General: Collective amount, sum, or mass arrived-at by adding or putting together all components, elements, or parts of an assemblage or group, without implying that the resulting total is whole (contains everything that should be in it).

  3. Form or group into a class or cluster.

  4. Formed or calculated by the combination of many separate units or items; total.

  5. A material or structure formed from a loosely compacted mass of fragments or particles.

  6. A whole formed by combining several (typically disparate) elements.

Synonyms of Aggregate

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How to use Aggregate in a sentence?

  1. The lowly research assistant was required to spend a great deal of time creating an aggregate of all the data collected by the other researchers.
  2. John wanted to know the aggregate amount of wood in the wood pile by the garage so he went out and counted the wood to be certain.
  3. The council was an aggregate of three regional assemblies.
  4. The pieces were small and easily breakable, but in aggregate they formed a sturdy, long-lasting, and low-cost product that consumers were happy with.
  5. The specimen is an aggregate of rock and mineral fragments.
  6. The aggregate amount of grants made.
  7. The butterflies aggregate in dense groups.

Meaning of Aggregate & Aggregate Definition