Definition of 'collate'
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The minister himself, Miss Parker, and two clerical civil servants to collate, to note, to photocopy. THE SCAR (1986)It just so happened that Gaisford was well placed to discover or collate information of that kind. DARE CALL IT TREASON (1986)
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Used Occasionally. collate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'collate'
British English: collate VERB
When you collate pieces of information, you gather them all together and examine them.
He has spent much of his working life collating the data on which the study was based.
Definition of collate from the Collins English Dictionary
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