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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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A conservative estimate would be that those additional channels will aggregately nibble from the big FTA networks at least two percent of audience share.
Those new EU members, when aggregately considered, registered a major improvement in their export performance to the EU15 in all the considered periods from 1990 to 2013.
Aggregately, the results suggest that while analyst forecast accuracy is impaired following CFO transitions from male to male, such deterioration of forecast accuracy doesn't appear when male CFOs are replaced with female CFOs.
(2008) supported the understanding that aggregately, African Americans hold more negative attitudes toward the police than their White counterparts, especially considering the factor of police contact.
Due to a lot of uncertainties in urban transportation systems, travel times on both the link level and the route level are rather variable, which aggregately results in the variability of travel times for the network level.
Synergies may apply when the suppliers that are selected aggregately for a group of products or components outperform the suppliers that are selected separately for individual products or components.
Finally, the study attempts to answer the question of whether or not the Nigerian insurance intermediation behavior can be modeled aggregately to capture its influence on capital formation in Nigeria.
The second research question examines (when transportation and inventory costs are cointegrated) whether evidence exists that firms in the US economy (measured aggregately) adjust transportation cost in response to a change in inventory cost, and vice versa.
The two cases did not provide the same amount of information under each research question and themes, but the phenomenon under investigation is well represented in every case and in this manner the stories that unfold across the two cases aggregately provide a comprehensive understanding.
We first performed a regression analysis using the CAD personality variables (i.e., all scores were assessed aggregately).
That is an equivalent of 968 million daily average users and they are not just scanning it, they are aggregately spending an average of 46 minutes per day on it.
With respect to the total damage, it may sound inadequate that the company was fined $ 118,300 aggregately. In many states, including Texas, there is no legal obligation for the company to conclude liability insurance for the damage with the insured sum corresponding with the range of possible damages.
Aggregately, all of these initiatives will construct the safety net needed to provide care to multiple vulnerable patient populations, including those with CHF.
Visualizations support employees optimally in their fields of activities by presenting feedback data aggregately and depicting interdependencies between logistical objectives quantitatively.
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