a number of people or things considered as a unitThe trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
All the old crowd from my university days were there.
He was a notable young actor in a company of rising stars.
a party of explorers
bands of government soldiers
She was aware of a little troop of travellers watching them.
a pack of journalists who wanted to interview him
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
The players were a great bunch.
Most members of the congregation arrive a few minutes before the service.
a bevy of reporters
a chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
an association of business firms that have the same ownerMembers of an environmental group are staging a protest inside a chemical plant.
a number of people or things considered as a unita radical group within the Communist Party
A peace agreement will be signed by the leaders of the country's warring factions.
the popular watering hole for the literary set
The Republican camp is solidly in favour of capital punishment.
The country is run by a small clique of wealthy families.
The songs he recorded were written by a small coterie of dedicated writers.
He had been chosen by a cabal of fellow senators.
a number of people or things considered as a unitThe recipes are divided into groups according to their main ingredients.
The entries were organised into six different categories.
the relationship between different social classes
There were two main political groupings pressing for independence.
the order of insects Coleoptera, better known as beetles
What sort of person is he?
There are various types of the disease.
Each was divided into several divisions.
He eventually rose to the rank of captain.
Staff turnover is high among junior grades.
several different classifications of vehicles
a small band of players or singers, esp. of popular musican all-female rock group called The Ladybirds
a number of people or things considered as a unita small group of islands off northern Japan
to put into or form into a groupThe fact sheets are grouped into seven sections.
He started to arrange the books in piles.
Entries in the book are ordered alphabetically.
He sorted the materials into their folders.
I would class my garden as being medium in size.
The pots are all ranged in neat rows.
He called to her to gather the children together.
He began to organize his papers.
The assembled multitude cheered as the leaders arrived.
Rocks can be classified according to their mode of origin.
He was preparing to dispose his effects about the room.
The government marshalled its economic resources.
Austrian wines are often bracketed with those of northern Germany.
to put into or form into a groupWe want to encourage them to group together as one big purchaser.
The two parties have been trying to unite since the New Year.
I haven't been associated with the project over the last year.
In the evenings, we gathered round the fire and talked.
The passengers clustered together in small groups.
This is the only forum where East and West can get together.
People were already beginning to congregate outside the cinema.
People living in a foreign city band together for company.
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in the sense of aggregation
Society is more than just an aggregation of individuals.
in the sense of assemblage
a collection or group of thingsa chaotic assemblage of drifters and ruffians
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