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Synonyms for aggregate

Synonyms for aggregate

a number or quantity obtained as a result of addition

an amount or quantity from which nothing is left out or held back

to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

to come to in number or quantity

Synonyms for aggregate

the whole amount

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material such as sand or gravel used with cement and water to make concrete, mortar, or plaster

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a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together

amount in the aggregate to

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gather in a mass, sum, or whole

formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole

composed of a dense cluster of separate units such as carpels or florets or drupelets

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African American students' mean global scores were significantly lower than their White counterparts on both measures, indicating aggregately a more negative attitude toward police.
Aggregately, Pakistan has succeeded in complying with about 62% of Principles due to extremely dedicated efforts by the Commission after its recent completion and its functioning at full strength.
In Asia, Malaysia privatized about 358 projects in which telecom and energy sector was on top in 1990 and then, in June 1993, Philippine also came in to the race of privatization where it transferred the 78 state- led enterprises to private companies and by the next month, Srilanka also putted its efforts in privatizing the major telecom giants specially in adopting the global policies of privatization and aggregately more than 30% of the state-led enterprises were privatized by the Srilankan government .
The fields have aggregately produced over 120 m barrels of oil since being discovered in the 1940s.
These measures were examined aggregately since there are not enough studies to examine these measures individually.
Responses collected from this survey will be stored aggregately for 3 years after the completion of the study.
Thanks to TDD/FDD joint operation technology, wireless network operators will soon be able to aggregately use existing frequency bands with different duplex modes.
Of course strictly speaking what remains is the difference of wills concerning the object of the contention, because on the other hand when a peace is concluded parties agree with the solution and aggregately there is no difference in their wills.
Meanwhile, AC Saddar Rafia Haider imposed a fine of Rs 150,000 aggregately to three fertilizer dealers, including Fayyaz Fertilizer on Sargodha Road, Azam Fertilizer and Khishi Muhammad and Co.
Two investigations aggregately documented 5 rabid dogs from Myanmar that entered villages in China (Dehong Prefecture); attacked humans, pigs, horses, and other domestic animals; and caused turmoil in the affected rural communities (20, 21).
For phylogenetic clustering pattern it is expected that phylogenetically closely related species tend to distribute aggregately.
Then, the data was aggregately analyzed, and it was just indicated the teachers' profiles when appropriate.
Ex: as per the table below the materiality of the external audit firm is $21,945, therefore misstatements that fall below this amount separately or aggregately are considered immaterial.
Congress took action after acknowledging the bureaucratic regulatory barriers these companies face in raising capital, basing the JOBS Act on the following set of inferences: improved access to capital for EGCs will yield an aggregately greater amount of start-up funding for these businesses, more funding will result in more EGCs, and more EGCs will in turn require more labor, ultimately creating more U.
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