Definition for collect

verb as in accumulate, come together

verb as in obtain (money)

Strongest matches

raise, secure, solicit

Strong matches

acquire, muster, requisition

Weak matches

dig up, pass the hat

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Example Sentences

Hooks into the data these agencies already collect, cleans it up, then pipes it into a dashboard to help these transit agencies find ways to improve their routes and ridership.

This is truly a unique notebook to write, draw, or collect your thoughts.

That trend is similar to, though a bit faster than, the one indicated by real-time temperatures collected by Argo floats.

That water will instead run downhill, collecting sediment, rocks and other debris.

Because 8kun is difficult to navigate and rife with other disturbing content, many people interested in QAnon instead use aggregators that collect and present the Q drops.

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After 50 years, members of the Huna Tlingit people can finally collect harvest sea gull eggs again in Glacier National Park.

Then the gift card is shopped online in a gray market to collect cold currency.

How a car would be sent to collect him and he would be taken somewhere.

Murder, suicide, illness, old age: These deaths stalk us all, but in prison, they collect us so much more cheaply.

Divide the mixture evenly among the crème brûlée dishes, including any juices that collect.

While residing in Brussels these two artists began to collect works of art for what is now known as the Mesdag Museum.

The cupidity of a man had evidently led him to collect together these odds and ends, and try to turn them to profitable account.

Those who collect taxes without being duly authorized by Government, or misappropriate public funds.

The embryos will collect in the water, and can be easily found with a two-thirds objective.

Usually the time is quite short, enough to enable the parties to collect the evidence relating to the controversy.


On this page you'll find 154 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to collect, such as: amass, assemble, compile, gather, save, and aggregate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.