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ag·gre·gate

 (ăg′rĭ-gĭt)
adj.
1. Constituting or amounting to a whole; total: aggregate sales in that market.
2. Botany Crowded or massed into a dense cluster.
3. Composed of a mixture of minerals separable by mechanical means.
n.
1. A total considered with reference to its constituent parts; a gross amount: "An empire is the aggregate of many states under one common head" (Edmund Burke).
2. The mineral materials, such as sand or stone, used in making concrete.
v. (-gāt′) ag·gre·gat·ed, ag·gre·gat·ing, ag·gre·gates
v.tr.
1. To gather into a mass, sum, or whole: aggregated the donations into one bank account.
2. To amount to; total: Revenues will aggregate more than one million dollars.
3. To collect (content from different sources on the internet) into one webpage or newsreader.
v.intr.
To come together or collect in a mass or whole: "Some [bacteria]aggregate so closely as to mimic a multicellular organism" (Gina Kolata). "The first stars began to form when hydrogen and helium gas left over from the Big Bang aggregated into dense clouds" (Paul Davies).
Idiom:
in the aggregate
Taken into account as a whole: Unit sales for December amounted in the aggregate to 100,000.

[Middle English aggregat, from Latin aggregātus, past participle of aggregāre, to add to : ad-, ad- + gregāre, to collect (from grex, greg-, flock; see ger- in Indo-European roots).]

ag′gre·gate·ly adv.
ag′gre·ga′tion n.
ag′gre·ga′tive adj.

aggregation

(ˌæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃən)
n
1. the act or process of aggregating
2. (Environmental Science) ecology dispersion in which the individuals of a species are closer together than if they were randomly dispersed

ag•gre•ga•tion

(ˌæg rɪˈgeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. a group or mass of distinct or varied things, persons, etc.
2. collection into an unorganized whole.
3. the state of being so collected.
4. a group of organisms of the same or different species living closely together but less integrated than a society.
[1540–50; < Medieval Latin]
ag`gre•ga′tion•al, adj.

Aggregation

 a collection of parts of a whole; a natural group or body of human beings. See also assemblage, collection, gathering.
Examples: an aggregation of believers, 1638; of isolated settlements, 1863; of species.

aggregation

A service that allows a customer to view related information from a wide range of online sources on one website. For example, providing information about airfares from a range of different companies over the same route .
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aggregation - several things grouped together or considered as a wholeaggregation - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
group, grouping - any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
procession - the group action of a collection of people or animals or vehicles moving ahead in more or less regular formation; "processions were forbidden"
pharmacopoeia - a collection or stock of drugs
string - a collection of objects threaded on a single strand
wardrobe - collection of clothing belonging to one person
wardrobe - collection of costumes belonging to a theatrical company
universe, population - (statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn; "it is an estimate of the mean of the population"
armamentarium - the collection of equipment and methods used in the practice of medicine
art collection - a collection of art works
backlog - an accumulation of jobs not done or materials not processed that are yet to be dealt with (especially unfilled customer orders for products or services)
battery - a collection of related things intended for use together; "took a battery of achievement tests"
block - a number or quantity of related things dealt with as a unit; "he reserved a large block of seats"; "he held a large block of the company's stock"
rule book, book - a collection of rules or prescribed standards on the basis of which decisions are made; "they run things by the book around here"
book - a collection of playing cards satisfying the rules of a card game
bottle collection - a collection of bottles; "her bottle collection is arranged on glass shelves in the window"
caboodle, bunch, lot - any collection in its entirety; "she bought the whole caboodle"
coin collection - a collection of coins
collage - any collection of diverse things; "a collage of memories"
content - everything that is included in a collection and that is held or included in something; "he emptied the contents of his pockets"; "the two groups were similar in content"
tout ensemble, ensemble - an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole
corpus - a collection of writings; "he edited the Hemingway corpus"
crop - a collection of people or things appearing together; "the annual crop of students brings a new crop of ideas"
tenantry - tenants of an estate considered as a group
findings - a collection of tools and other articles used by an artisan to make jewelry or clothing or shoes
flagging - flagstones collectively; "there was a pile of flagging waiting to be laid in place"
flinders - bits and splinters and fragments; "it would have shattered in flinders long before it did that damage"
pack - a complete collection of similar things
deal, hand - the cards held in a card game by a given player at any given time; "I didn't hold a good hand all evening"; "he kept trying to see my hand"
long suit - in a hand, the suit having the most cards
herbarium - a collection of dried plants that are mounted and systematically classified for study
stamp collection - a collection of stamps
statuary - statues collectively
sum total, summation, sum - the final aggregate; "the sum of all our troubles did not equal the misery they suffered"
agglomeration - a jumbled collection or mass
gimmickry - a collection of gimmicks
nuclear club - the nations possessing nuclear weapons
cumulation, heap, pile, agglomerate, cumulus, mound - a collection of objects laid on top of each other
mass - an ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people)
combination - a collection of things that have been combined; an assemblage of separate parts or qualities
congregation - an assemblage of people or animals or things collected together; "a congregation of children pleaded for his autograph"; "a great congregation of birds flew over"
hit parade - a collection of the best or most popular people or items of a given kind
Judaica - historical and literary materials relating to Judaism
kludge - a badly assembled collection of parts hastily assembled to serve some particular purpose (often used to refer to computing systems or software that has been badly put together)
program library, subroutine library, library - (computing) a collection of standard programs and subroutines that are stored and available for immediate use
library - a collection of literary documents or records kept for reference or borrowing
mythology - myths collectively; the body of stories associated with a culture or institution or person
biota, biology - all the plant and animal life of a particular region
fauna, zoology - all the animal life in a particular region or period; "the fauna of China"; "the zoology of the Pliocene epoch"
2.aggregation - the act of gathering something togetheraggregation - the act of gathering something together
grouping - the activity of putting things together in groups
agglomeration - the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating
collation - assembling in proper numerical or logical sequence
compiling, compilation - the act of compiling (as into a single book or file or list); "the job of compiling the inventory took several hours"
gather, gathering - the act of gathering something
bottle collection - the activity of collecting bottles; "bottle collection is a hobby of hers"
conchology, shell collecting - the collection and study of mollusc shells
coin collecting, numismatics, numismatology, coin collection - the collection and study of money (and coins in particular)
pickup - the act or process of picking up or collecting from various places; "garbage pickup is on Mondays and Thursdays"
philately, stamp collecting, stamp collection - the collection and study of postage stamps
tax collection - the collection of taxes

aggregation

noun collection, body, mass, combination, pile, mixture, bulk, lump, heap, accumulation, assemblage, agglomeration Society is more than just an aggregation of individuals.

aggregation

noun
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The exact etiology of CHD remains uncertain, the disease is heterogeneous, but it is believed to be multifactorial: environmental factors contribute (Gladki et al., 2015; Gorini et al., 2014; Huhta and Linask, 2013); and twin studies suggest familial aggregation of CHD (Kuo et al., 2017).
From a contextual perspective, familial aggregation, familial transmission, familial contexts, familial traits, and familial response to mental illness contribute to onset, maintenance, and either stigma or support when any family member is expressing signs of mental disorders.
The majority of the cases reported were from Europe, specifically Italy, Spain, and Germany.[2],[3] Although familial aggregation is robust in FFI, nine sporadic cases have been reported.[2] It is speculated that the annual incidence of FFI worldwide is about one out of a million people.[2] There are no gender differences among FFI patients.
Several similar clinical manifestations such as arthritis and auto-antibody production have been noted between RA and SLE, and their co-existence and familial aggregation have been documented in epidemiological studies (5-7).
Taken together, these patterns of familial aggregation point to three overlapping risks for the development of addictions in ADHD that include common familial etiological factors due to genes associated with ADHD, genes associated with addiction, as well as genes associated with their combined presence.
Twin studies and familial aggregation findings have shown the role of genetics in the occurrence of Crohn's disease (37).
Javaherizadeh, "Evaluation of familial aggregation, vegetable consumption, legumes consumption, and physical activity on functional constipation in families of children with functional constipation versus children without constipation," Przeglad Gastroenterologiczny, vol.
Patterns of parental transmission and familial aggregation models in bipolar affective disorder Am J Med Genet 1998; 81:397-404.
Owing to the familial aggregation, it suggests that genetic factors do play an important role in its pathogenesis.
However, the association between predisposition to renal lesion and diseases that show familial aggregation, such as hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus, but whose hereditary determinants are multigenetical, remains unclear.
This study screened a sample of the Omani population for FH of T2D and investigated the familial aggregation of the disease among Omani individuals with T2D.

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