collate

[ kuh-leyt, koh-, ko-, koh-leyt, kol-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF collate
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These I have not sought to collate, which would, indeed, insult his accuracy and care.

One of my duties was to collate the evidence in cases for trial.

Collate this with the date of the fifth extract made by myself from the newspapers.

True, none of Aptor, or Hama, but I may be able to collate fragments.

Now that all the facts have been set forth, it is time to collate them.

We cannot collate all the instances here, but a few may be brought together.

I have not thought it necessary to collate this version from a work described by good authorities as 'a bad MS.'.

I helped to collate and stitch the Gold Bible, and soon after this was completed, I changed from book-binding to printing.

Eventually, long before they really develop a stabilized ethic, someone's going to collate that whole mess.

He had only to collate the Alta and Tribune letters, edit them, and write such new matter as would be required for completeness.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin collatus, irregular past participle of conferre "to bring together," from com- "together" (see com-) + latus (see oblate (n.)), serving as past participle of ferre "to bear" (see infer). Related: Collated; collating.

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