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in the aggregate

Considered in full; taken as a whole. Despite a dip in the economy, our company has continued to see a profit in the aggregate this year.
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on aggregate

Taken as a whole; with all numbers added and considered together. Used especially in reference to financial sums and sporting events consisting of multiple games added together. Though they lost the second match 2–1, their 4–0 victory on Monday means they win 5–2 on aggregate. Families earning less than $30,000 on aggregate may be entitled to tax rebates under the new law.
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in the aggregate

Considered as a whole, as in Our profits in the aggregate have been slightly higher. [Late 1700s]
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on ˈaggregate

(British English, sport) when the scores of a number of games are added together: They won 4-2 on aggregate.
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in the aggregate

Taken into account as a whole: Unit sales for December amounted in the aggregate to 100,000.
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According to Russell Frost, statewide aggregate resource coordinator at ODOT, in 2009 the department's bridge construction program reused or recycled more than 21,000 tons (19,000 metric tons) of clean fill, 40,000 tons (36,000 metric tons) of concrete, and 44,000 tons (40,000 metric tons) of asphalt materials.
Oregon, like a number of other States and agencies, examined its aggregate resources and set aside a portion of that supply for future uses to protect it from competing land uses.
The government has been strategically emphasizing on yielding maximum output from these opportunities by increasing investments on interconnection plans with different countries which has resulted in the growth of the construction aggregates market.
FRA: Average - 22,548; Aggregate - 8,568,164 Highest - 60,410.
Mixture proportion of recycled aggregate concrete is obtained by using recycled coarse aggregate as the same weight to replace the natural aggregate of the control concrete at 16.7%, 33.3%, 50%, 66.7%, and 100%.
Blanco-Canqui H, Lai R, Lemus R (20056) Soil aggregate properties and organic carbon for switchgrass and traditional agricultural systems in the southeastern United States.
Series A 2015-4: EUR70.1m, resulting in an aggregate total of EUR236m
Previous examinations of the connection between inflation and the exchange rate have referred tangentially to the purchasing power parity theory of the exchange rate without consideration of the price level elasticity of aggregate demand.
An economic expansion or increase of real gross domestic product may obtain of course because of either an increase of aggregate demand or an increase of short-run aggregate supply.
Compressive strength values (average of three specimens) of concrete made using three aggregate samples available in Azad Kashmir (Hajira, Kamser and Arja aggregates) and two commonly used aggregates in Pakistan are graphically presented in Fig.7.
28 December 2017 - Alabama, US-based construction aggregates producer Vulcan Materials Company (NYSE: VMC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have reached an agreement that will allow the company to complete its proposed acquisition of Alabama-based construction aggregates supplier Aggregates USA, LLC, the company said.
The business will continue to trade under the H V Bowen name and will be jointly run by Breedon Aggregates England Limited, a unit of Breedon Aggregates, and the Bowen family, who have owned the quarry for over seven decades.
Don James, chairman and chief executive officer, said, "Our aggregates business reported solid growth in the first quarter despite extremely cold weather in most of our markets, and we remain confident in the full-year expectations we announced in early February.