aggregate

 
aggregate
adjective
1. (formed by the combination of many items) 
a. total 
The aggregate donations to the non-profit exceeded their goal by $20,000.El total de las donaciones a la organización sin fines de lucro excedió su objetivo por $20,000.
b. global 
Our aggregate spending has put the company in the red.Nuestros gastos globales han puesto la compañía en números rojos.
c. agregado 
If the aggregate supply in the market exceeds the aggregate demand, the price of that good will go down.Si la oferta agregada en el mercado excede la demanda agregada, el precio de ese producto bajará.
noun
2. (material) 
a. el conglomerado (M) 
The aggregate for the gravel is extracted from this quarry.El conglomerado para la gravilla se extrae de esta cantera.
b. el agregado (M) 
This rock is an aggregate of granite, mica, and quartz.Esta roca es un agregado de granito, mica y cuarzo.
transitive verb
3. (to bring together) 
a. juntar 
The elites aggregated a large amount of money to support the revolution.Los élites juntaron una gran cantidad de dinero para apoyar la revolución.
b. sumar 
The three organizations aggregated their resources to renovate the building.Las tres organizaciones sumaron sus recursos para renovar el edificio.
aggregate
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el conglomerado (M) 
2. (sport) 
on aggregateen el total de la eliminatoria
adjective
3. (general) 
a. total, conjunto(a) 
aggregate scorepuntuación total
aggregate
noun
[ˈæɡrɪɡɪt]
1 (total) conjunto (m)
on aggregate en conjunto; Scotland won 5-4 on aggregate ganó Escocia por 5 a 4 en conjunto; in the aggregate en conjunto; en total
2 (Geol) (Constr) agregado (m)
adjective
[ˈæɡrɪɡɪt] total; global
transitive verb
[ˈæɡrɪɡeɪt] juntar; sumar
...if the results were to be aggregated into national league tables We should never aggregate votes to predict results under another system
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