Meaning of GROUPING in English

GROUPING

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

broad

The relationship between the Lydende Party and other broader groupings of Elandsklowers was complex and was further complicated by family feuds.

different

The different thematic groupings are interchangeable, impermanent and contingent.

There were twenty-eight different groupings of four words each.

Sixteen parties were represented in the new Chamber of Deputies; about 50 different parties or groupings had put up candidates.

Initially, you might discern the larger category of three different word groupings .

Within any particular society, with its cultures, social classes and life-styles, there will be many different social groupings .

If one is to study the aging process, one would presumably want to examine persons from different age groupings .

The different age groupings , in particular, would make accurate comparisons impossible.

large

With a slider it is possible to fish a much larger grouping of bulk shot well below the drifting layers of water.

They see these larger regional groupings as economic insurance policies guaranteeing their participation in the world economy.

Within families, villages and larger social groupings a sense of solidarity prevailed.

Most of those who left were members of the faction associated with Roh Tae Woo, the largest grouping within the party.

Other animals pair for life, but never congregate into larger groupings .

main

The main grouping of riders at any time in the race.

Up to the late 1960s, catholic nationalists were split between two main political groupings .

The main groupings are shown in Figure 3.

new

The current Socialist leader suggested his party form part of a new grouping of the left.

When this happens, the individuals may disperse or they may stay together in new groupings .

other

For other purposes narrower groupings within the market-industrialised category may be more appropriate.

Numerous other parties and groupings were formed during the month.

Five-year age groups are usual but, of course, other groupings could be used.

While many clubs, organisations and other groupings have constitutions, our concern is with the constitutions of nation-states.

Also present within civil society are various other social groupings , particularly those based on gender, race, generation and nation.

The other parties and groupings performed largely as expected.

political

These mostly reflected the emergence and subsequent disappearance of various political groupings and parties.

Last night political groupings which had been silent during the Prince's official visit resumed activity.

The major political groupings themselves had different attitudes towards moral regulation in the later part of the century.

Up to the late 1960s, catholic nationalists were split between two main political groupings .

The political tension, both between the king and heir and between the political groupings , rose rapidly.

It was no longer a matter of one family or political grouping showing that it was domestically more powerful than any other.

regional

Status: Regional grouping for free trade between member countries and for promotion of wider free trade co-operation.

They see these larger regional groupings as economic insurance policies guaranteeing their participation in the world economy.

They were organized into regional groupings to call on individual doctors.

social

Hierarchical ranking operated within each social grouping as well as between members of different groups.

The family is a basic social grouping , and it has an all pervading influence over its members.

In the meantime, what are the natural levels of social grouping for other animal species?

Hierarchy A social hierarchy, peck-order, or social dominance grouping consists of individuals that are ranked according to their status.

Also present within civil society are various other social groupings , particularly those based on gender, race, generation and nation.

Within families, villages and larger social groupings a sense of solidarity prevailed.

Broadly speaking, the less social closure there is, the less cohesive the social class grouping will be.

These are the ten basic types of social grouping .

various

These mostly reflected the emergence and subsequent disappearance of various political groupings and parties.

Over lunch and dinner tables, at parties, and in various informal groupings , the Labour revisionists decided what to do.

Also present within civil society are various other social groupings , particularly those based on gender, race, generation and nation.

■ NOUN

opposition

The 488 delegates, including representatives from about 50 opposition groupings , met in Cotonou on Feb. 19-28.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The Council of the African Synod is a grouping of bishops from 16 African nations.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Apart from their conceit, these diverse yet inter-dependent groupings share a statist conception of antiracism.

Compared with shifting coalitions of Independent councillors, party groupings can make for coherent policy planning and administration.

Five-year age groups are usual but, of course, other groupings could be used.

Hospitals are often composed of groupings based around particular medical skills such as physiotherapy or radiology.

Initially, you might discern the larger category of three different word groupings.

The Cashmere grouping of businesses generated excellent figures in total helped by a cashmere volume increase of around 30%.

There were twenty-eight different groupings of four words each.

These mostly reflected the emergence and subsequent disappearance of various political groupings and parties.

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