The result of building up:
The act of amassing
(Economics) An increase in the general level of prices or in the cost of living.
The definition of a gathering is a meeting.
The full extent of such increase
Something contributing to such growth or increase:
An aggregating or being aggregated
The process of adding or joining something to something else, typically to make it larger:
(Mathematics) The operation that, for positive integers, consists of adding a number (the multiplicand) to itself a certain number of times. The operation is extended to other numbers according to the multiplicative properties of positive integers and other algebraic properties.
(Law) The addition to or increase in value of property by means of improvements or natural growth.
The act of amassing
Growth, enlargement, etc.
An accumulation of miscellaneous things.
A lump or aggregate of coherent material:
(Informal) A large amount or number
The result of reducing:
The act or process of dispersing or the condition of being dispersed.
The act or process of diminishing; a lessening or reduction.
A great number or large quantity of things.
The loss of energy from a physical system, most often in the form of heat.
(Physics) The process by which the direction of motion of radiation or particles is changed randomly when passing through a medium, caused by collisions of the constituents of the radiation with particles in the medium
A collection of items from a single datable component of an archaeological site.
A collection of things or parts massed together; heap; pile
The effect of free trade agreements on the rules of origin in calculating importation tariffs, quotas, etc.
A brief formal prayer that is used in various Western liturgies before the epistle and that varies with the day.
A specified or indefinite number or amount:
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