aggregate

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[ˈægrɪgət]
[ˈæɡrɪɡɪt]

n.

adj.

vt.

The adjective and noun are pronounced /'ægrɪgət/. The verb is pronounced /'ægrɪgeɪt/. 形容词和名词读作 /'ægrɪgət/。 动词读作 /'ægrɪgeɪt/。
1. ADJ 总计的;合计的 An aggregate amount or score is made up of several smaller amounts or scores added together. 
  • The rate of growth of GNP will depend upon the rate of growth of aggregate demand...

    国民生产总值的增长率将取决于总需求的增长率。

  • England have beaten the Welsh three times in succession with an aggregate score of 83-12.

    英格兰队已经连续3次打败威尔士队,总比分为83比12。

  • Aggregate is also a noun.
    • The highest aggregate came in the third round where Leeds and Middlesbrough drew 4-4.

      第三局时出现了最高比分,利兹队和米德尔斯伯勒队打成4比4平。

2. N-COUNT (人或事物的)集合,集合体 An aggregate is a number of people or things that are being considered as a single thing. 
  • ...society viewed as an aggregate of individuals.

    被看成个体集合的社会

3. VERB 合计;总计;汇集 If amounts or things are aggregated, they are added together and considered as a single amount or thing. 
  • Different economies, with different currencies, should not be aggregated to produce uniform policies...

    不同的经济有着不同的货币,不应该视为一体以制定出统一的政策。

  • We should never aggregate votes to predict results under another system.

    我们绝对不可将选票相加来预测另一种制度下的选举结果。

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  • A bigger objection is that aggregation of the results invites distortion.

    一种更大的异议是把各种结果集中考虑容易导致曲解。

4. PHRASE 整体上;总共;作为总体 If a number of different things or amounts are considered in aggregate, or in the aggregate, they are considered as a single thing or amount. 
  • Expenses are deductible only to the extent that in aggregate they exceed 7 percent of gross income.

    只有在消费总额超过总收入的7%时才可免税。

5. PHRASE 总得分 If one team beats another on aggregate, it wins because it has a higher total score than the other team after a series of games. 
  • United won 5-3 on aggregate.

    联队以总比分5比3胜出。

n.

1. 〈正〉数, 总计

  • The football team had a low goal aggregate last season.
  • 这支足球队上个赛季的进球总数很少。

2. 骨料,集料(可成混凝土或修路等用的)

vt.

1. ˈæɡriɡeit

2. 总计达…

  • The audiences aggregated a million people.
  • 观众总数达100万人。

3. 聚集;集合

vt. & vi.

1. ˈæɡriɡeit

2. (使)聚集

  • He aggregated her to a political party.
  • 他吸收她参加一政党。
adj.

1. 总数的;总计的

Noun

1. a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together

2. the whole amount

Verb

1. amount in the aggregate to

2. gather in a mass, sum, or whole

Adjective

1. gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole;

  • "aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year"
  • "the aggregated amount of indebtedness"

2. formed of separate units in a cluster;

  • "raspberries are aggregate fruits"
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