Aggregating [verb]

Definition of Aggregating:

combine into a collection

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Sentence/Example of Aggregating:

By total efficiency, the conference is off to its second-worst aggregate performance through three games since 2005.

Using this in a report shows you the aggregated performance data for each option.

It’s possible that some of the materials could go into commercial products, like the aggregates in concrete, to defray the costs.

But, of course, there are many polls with many methodologies and many flaws, which is why seasoned data folks will always show you an aggregate of a wide variety of polls.

The stocks of DEI businesses where key employee groups thrived rose 35% between 2006 and 2014, whereas the aggregate S&P 500 rose only 9% during that time.

Taken together, the 2019-20 Raptors’ aggregate score is the 14th-most aggressive overall defense of the past seven seasons.

A team of 23 people, led by six scientists and survey designers, began aggregating questions in a Google form.

Indeed, data from ad management platform Madgicx suggests that aggregate ad spending on Facebook has actually increased during July.

The Neolithic remains occur in thin compact strata aggregating some forty-five feet in thickness.

To bring supplies to one Army corps trainloads aggregating 200 tons a day were required.