Agglomeration (noun)

  1. Agglomeration refers to the gathering or collection of a number of smaller things into a larger mass or cluster.
  2. In the context of cities and urban development, agglomeration refers to the growth and expansion of urban areas.

Origin:

Agglomeration is derived from the latin word "agglomerare" meaning "to heap together.".

Examples:

  1. The agglomeration of small towns into a single sprawling metropolis was a result of urbanization.
  2. The agglomeration of stars and galaxies formed the large-scale structure of the universe.
  3. The agglomeration of data and information into a single database was a major project.
  4. The agglomeration of ideas and opinions into a unified position was a challenging task.
  5. The agglomeration of talents and skills into a single cohesive team was the key to success.
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