gathered into or amounting to a whole
It's impossible to judge last year's performance without knowing the aggregate sales numbers.
aggregate .v, aggregation
preparing the land to grow crops; improvement for agricultural purposes
With the development of land cultivation, hunters and gatherers were able to settle in one place
to increase in power;
to act with increased strength
Jacob's long absence intensified his certainty that he should marry Rose
Even though the intensification of the coming typhoon is anticipated, its real capacity of damage is incredible.
the supplying of water to dry land
In dry areas of the country, you can see ditches all over the farmland for irrigation
the process by which green plants make their own food by combining water, salts, and carbon dioxide in the presence of light.
Oxygen is a by-product of the process of photosynthesis.
water that falls to the Earth's surface
In the Pacific Northwest, the high level of precipitation ensures rich, green plant life
desert, leave behind
To save their lives, the sailors had to abandon the sinking ship
These computers are abandonment by their owner