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col·lect·ed

 (kə-lĕk′tĭd)
adj.
1. Brought or placed together from various sources: the collected poems of W.H. Auden.
2. Self-possessed; composed: The paramedics remained collected during the emergency. See Synonyms at cool.

col·lect′ed·ly adv.
col·lect′ed·ness n.

collected

(kəˈlɛktɪd)
adj
1. in full control of one's faculties; composed
2. assembled in totality or brought together into one volume or a set of volumes: the collected works of Dickens.
3. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (of a horse or a horse's pace) controlled so that movement is in short restricted steps: a collected canter.
colˈlectedly adv
colˈlectedness n

col•lect•ed

(kəˈlɛk tɪd)

adj.
1. having control of one's faculties; self-possessed.
2. brought together, as miscellaneous works.
[1600–10]
col•lect′ed•ly, adv.
col•lect′ed•ness, n.
syn: See calm.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.collected - brought together in one place; "the collected works of Milton"; "the gathered folds of the skirt"
uncollected, ungathered - not brought together in one place; "uncollected garbage in the streets"
2.collected - in full control of your faculties; "the witness remained collected throughout the cross-examination"; "perfectly poised and sure of himself"; "more self-contained and more dependable than many of the early frontiersmen"; "strong and self-possessed in the face of trouble"
composed - serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress; "the performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage"; "I felt calm and more composed than I had in a long time"

collected

adjective calm, together (slang), cool, confident, composed, poised, serene, sedate, self-controlled, unfazed (informal), unperturbed, unruffled, self-possessed, keeping your cool, unperturbable, as cool as a cucumber Police say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
troubled, emotional, nervous, distressed, shaky, agitated, ruffled, irritable, perturbed, excitable, unsteady, twitchy (informal), antsy (informal)

collected

adjective
Translations
مَجموع، مَجْموعَههادئ، رابِطُ الجَأْش، رَزين
sebranývyrovnaný
fattet
összegyűjtött
rólegur, í jafnvægisamansafnaîur
zobraný
aklı başındaderlenmişsakintoplanmış

collected

[kəˈlektɪd] ADJ
1. (= cool) → sosegado, tranquilo
2. (= compiled) the collected works of Shakespearelas obras completas de Shakespeare

collected

[kəˈlɛktɪd] adj (= calm) [person] → calmecollected works nplœuvres fpl complètes

collected

adj
the collected works of Oscar WildeOscar Wildes gesammelte Werke
(= calm)ruhig, gelassen

collected

[kəˈlɛktɪd] adj
a. (works, poems) → raccolto/a
the collected works of Shakespeare → l'opera completa di Shakespeare
b. (frm) (person, composed) → padrone/a di sé

collect

(kəˈlekt) verb
1. to bring or come together; to gather. People are collecting in front of the house; I collect stamps; I'm collecting (money) for cancer research; He's trying to collect his thoughts.
2. to call for and take away. She collects the children from school each day.
colˈlected adjective
1. gathered together in one book etc. the collected poems of Robert Burns.
2. composed; cool. She appeared quite calm and collected.
colˈlection (-ʃən) noun
1. (an) act of collecting. Your letter won't get to London tomorrow – you've missed the last collection (= of mail from a postbox) for today.
2. a set of objects etc collected. a stamp collection.
colˈlective (-tiv) adjective
1. of a number of people etc combined into one group. This success was the result of a collective effort.
2. of a noun, taking a singular verb but standing for many things taken as a whole. `Cattle' is a collective noun.
noun
a farm or organization run by a group of workers for the good of all of them.
colˈlectively adverb
They were collectively responsible for the man's death.
colˈlector noun
a person who collects, as a job or as a hobby. a ticket-collector / stamp-collector.
References in classic literature ?
A thing that had always struck her about the child was that he seemed so collected.
It may be said: If there is no single existent which is the source of all these "aspects," how are they collected together?
Like the different appearances of the table to a number of simultaneous observers, the different particulars that belong to one physical object are to be collected together by continuity and inherent laws of correlation, not by their supposed causal connection with an unknown assumed existent called a piece of matter, which would be a mere unnecessary metaphysical thing in itself.
The Reverend Professor Henslow has published a list of the plants collected by me at the Keeling Islands; and the Reverend J.
I filled an application blank and the librarian handed me the collected and entirely unexpurgated works of Smollett in one huge volume.
The first month, when I collected Josie Harper's bill, she poured me a glass of wine.
passed from mouth to mouth, until the whole band appeared to be collected around a trophy which would seem to announce the death of its formidable owner.
In a minute, the number and loudness of the voices indicated that the whole party was collected in and around that secret place.
The day passed slowly, and with the evening came the little mouse and said, 'Now there is not a single stalk of corn left in any field; they are all collected in one big heap on the hill out there.
In the following year they would resume their summer trade, commencing at California and proceeding north: and, having in the course of the two seasons collected a sufficient cargo of peltries, would make the best of their way to China.
The next care of Captain Bonneville was to arrange for the safe transportation of the peltries which he had collected to the Atlantic States.
A subscription of five hundred pounds, my Lady, would provide for everything--if it could only be collected.