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collate (something) with (something)

To pair or compare something with something else. Collate this spreadsheet with that one and look for any discrepancies.
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collate something with something

to compare or match something with something. Try to collate these figures with that other list. I can't collate these notations with the spreadsheet they go with.
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With Powerfold(R) 8 folding technology, it can collate up to eight pages - stapled or loose - of varying sizes in any order, and tri-fold the entire set to fit neatly into an envelope.
The FPi 2000 system collates, folds and inserts documents of various sized that fit into #10 or 6" by 9" envelopes.
The system collates the data based on client requirements and has multiple transfer options to meet client needs.
The LiveTime dashboard also collates critical information, such as problem tickets which have exceeded Service Level Agreements (SLA)," she said.
AA Roadwatch collates traffic information from police control rooms, local authorities, CCTV cameras, dedicated motorcycles, the AA's patrol force and 'jambuster' callers.
com, a free and independend Web navigation service which tracks website activity around the globe and collates information from Internet users.
askOnce passes queries to multiple search engines, directories, or databases and then collates all the results and presents them in a consistent format.
It collates this information, transforms it into a common format and sends it to a central processing unit via TCP/IP.
It then accesses all the identified servers, using the protocol appropriate to each server, collates the results for the transmission to the user.
The optional 10-Bin MS-B2 Sorter conveniently organizes sets of up to 30 pages, while the 10-Bin Stapler Sorter-D3 collates up to 30 pages per set and adds the ability to staple up to 20 pages per set, making copies ready for immediate distribution.