Meaning of AGGREGATE in English

AGGREGATE

I. ag ‧ gre ‧ gate 1 AC /ˈæɡrɪɡət, ˈæɡrɪɡɪt/ BrE AmE noun formal

[ Word Family: verb : ↑ aggregate ; noun : ↑ aggregate ; adjective : ↑ aggregate ]

1 . [countable] the total after a lot of different figures or points have been added together

aggregate of

The smaller minorities got an aggregate of 1,327 votes.

In the aggregate (=as a group or in total) , women outlive men by 7 or more years.

on aggregate British English (=when the points from two football games are added together)

Manchester United won 2–1 on aggregate.

2 . [singular, uncountable] technical sand or small stones that are used in making ↑ concrete

II. aggregate 2 AC BrE AmE adjective [only before noun] technical

[ Word Family: verb : ↑ aggregate ; noun : ↑ aggregate ; adjective : ↑ aggregate ]

[ Date: 1400-1500 ; Language: Latin ; Origin: past participle of aggregare 'to add to' , from ad- 'to' + grex 'group of animals' ]

being the total amount of something after all the figures or points have been added together:

an increase in the aggregate production

III. ag ‧ gre ‧ gate 3 AC /ˈæɡrɪɡeɪt/ BrE AmE verb formal

[ Word Family: verb : ↑ aggregate ; noun : ↑ aggregate ; adjective : ↑ aggregate ]

1 . [linking verb] to be a particular amount when added together:

Sheila’s earnings from all sources aggregated £100,000.

2 . [intransitive, transitive usually passive] to put different amounts, pieces of information etc together to form a group or a total

aggregate with

A wife’s income is no longer aggregated with that of her husband.

—aggregation /ˌæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃ ə n/ noun [uncountable]

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.      Longman - Словарь современного английского языка.