adjective as in forming a collection from separate parts
noun as in collection
For aggregate outcomes, we run millions of simulations using the individual race predictions to derive the range of possible overall outcomes for the electoral college and both chambers of Congress.
After calculating probabilities for each individual House and Senate race, we then turn our attention to predicting the aggregate number of seats we expect the GOP to win and the probability of maintaining control of the House and Senate.
Among the 10 banks with the largest increases, criticized loans rose by 62 percent in aggregate in the second quarter, but criticized commercial real estate loans rose by 144 percent, to $26 billion, according to an analysis by the Financial Times.
Aggregated versions of both data sets will be released to challenge participants, and researchers can request special access to anonymized, de-aggregated versions of the data if they need it.
Thus, they’ve used SherloQ to aggregate their data from phone calls, chats, emails, and organic and paid marketing.
But in the aggregate, immigration reform is not a salient issue for white evangelicals.
Their hub is an aggregate of photographs and eyewitness reports taken by hundreds of collectives.
Many runways are asphaltic concrete—aggregate in a bitumen binder—which softens and melts under heat.
And what Navfac calls “standard airfield concrete” is military-grade, made with aggregate and Portland cement.
Harkin noted the effect raising the wage would have in increasing aggregate demand and boosting the economy in a floor speech.
The act of the Covenanting Society is complex, and is the aggregate of the actings of all who compose it.
But in their aggregate the representations look well, and they give a good finish to the chancel.
It was not so much that the "offer of the House" increased the aggregate population of the workhouses.
All these are administered by local boards, whose aggregate revenue amounts to some 7000.
The aggregate which we call four, has a still greater number of characteristic modes of formation.
On this page you'll find 132 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aggregate, such as: accumulated, combined, corporate, cumulative, added, and amassed.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.