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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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There are also a few papers considering trade-offs between energy and latency - [17, 31, 28, 19] and significant number of papers focused on aggregative functions in sensor networks.
This article aims to engage the debate between aggregative and deliberative theories of constitutions in the context of constitutional amendment processes, and has two primary goals.
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Proponents of an aggregative view of democracy diverge from those with a deliberative view on how to flesh out the general commitment to autonomy in a democracy, particularly regarding how closely we should identify autonomy with the capacity to participate effectively in democratic forums.
Aggregative ethics can thus be reconciled with the finite case if we note that, when sizing up the moral significance of our acts, the relevant consideration is not how big a part they constitute of the whole of the doings and goings-on in the universe, but rather what difference they make in absolute terms.
This will enable structured aggregative queries across the continuum of catalogs and unstructured text.
Popular control refers not only to narrowly aggregative voting mechanisms but to a broader conception of public scrutiny, operating alongside institutional transparency.
In seven chapters, the author (1) explores the institutional factors that affect aggregation, (2) tests how aggregation occurs across a large dataset of 280 elections in 46 countries, and (3) shows how aggregative incentives shape party systems in two cases.
The rise of macroeconomics in the 1930s led to the widespread abandonment of the methodological individualism of microeconomic theorizing in favor of aggregative analysis.
The meeting while taking notice of recently made promotions in police department in which senior were neglected has expressed annoyance and said such kind of steps can further aggregative the law and order situation in the country.