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aggregate (verb) to gather (different things) into a whole; to combine (scores in different exams) into a total; to total up.
When you add up the scores of a candidate in all the exams in a course, the total is the aggregate of the scores. If your earnings from different sources total up to a great amount, they aggregate to a great amount. A person, through small savings, can aggregate a lot of wealth.
- The interests on the loans that Richie had borrowed, and defaulted to pay, aggregated to double the principal, over five years.
- Anita's scores in all the exams this semester aggregated to only half her scores in the last semester.