Aggregation (noun)

  1. The action or process of gathering together.
  2. A thing that has been gathered together.
  3. A group of things or people that have been gathered together.
  4. A complex entity formed of many simpler ones.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin aggregatio(n-), from aggregare "add to a flock" (see aggregate).

Examples:

  1. The aggregation of stars forms a galaxy.
  2. The aggregation of data is important for making informed decisions.
  3. The aggregation of proteins forms a complex structure.
  4. The aggregation of individual efforts can lead to great things.
  5. The aggregation of cells forms tissues and organs.
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