agglomeration definition

  • noun:
    • The work or means of collecting into a mass.
    • A confused or jumbled mass: "In Order To Avoid the problems of huge metropolitan agglomerations, hawaii decentralized the college system” ( Bickley Townsend).
    • The act or means of collecting in a mass; a heaping together.
    • State of being gathered in a mass; a mass; cluster.
    • a protracted city location comprising the built-up part of a central city and any suburbs connected by continuous metropolitan area.
    • The work or means of obtaining in a mass; a heaping collectively.
    • State to be collected in a mass; a mass; group.
    • The work of agglomerating and/or state of being agglomerated; their state of gathering or becoming gathered into a mass.
    • That which is agglomerated; an assortment; a heap; any size, assemblage, or cluster created by simple juxtaposition.
    • a jumbled collection or size
    • the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating

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