Word of the Day: Aggregate

/ áɡriɡət / 1. noun: a whole, total, or mass formed by combining several disparate elements; “The work that I feel is most authentically mine is the one that is my first reaction, the first thing that feels like the truth. In aggregate, those choices, those series of decisions, create your point of view, your visual language.” – Andrew Zuckerman 2. adjective: formed or constituted by the combination of many separate units or items into one mass; “The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of tiny pushes of each honest worker.” – Helen Keller 3. verb: to collect together, to combine into one mass. “So everybody has some information. The function of the markets is to aggregate that information, evaluate it, and get it incorporated into prices.” – Merton Miller