To aggregate is to collect or count together. When you aggregate data, you take a group of data points and count them together to get a bigger picture.

  • The company is aggregating data from their website to see how users are responding.

  • The scientists are aggregating data from all of the samples to find a common pattern.

Definition of aggregating


To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum.


To add or unite (e.g. a person), to an association.


To amount in the aggregate to.

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Example Sentences for aggregating

  • 1

    It is the aggregate of the information.

  • 2

    The composer then presents the aggregate.

  • 3

    Aggregation of data is sent to the researcher.

  • 4

    The process of aggregation began in 1989.

  • 5

    The risk is often the result of aggregation.

  • 6

    Notably, this excludes the use of aggregation and subqueries.

  • 7

    I salute the motivation and the aggregation of the information.

  • 8

    Social media both individuates and aggregates.

  • 9

    During that they may undergo coalescence or aggregation.

  • 10

    The aggregate number of volumes in the library was 12,000.