Traducción de aggregate en Español:

aggregate

total, n.

Pronunciación /ˈæɡrɪɡət//ˈaɡrɪɡət/

nombre

  • 1formal

    (whole, total)
    total masculino
    in the aggregate en total
    • (in soccer) to win/lose on aggregate ganar/perder por puntos
    • The Hungarians equalised late in the game, and went through 4-2 on aggregate after a 3-1 home win a fortnight later.
    • On their way to the 1991 African Cup Winners Cup triumph over BCC Lions of Nigeria, Power beat Rivatex 4-3 on aggregate in the first round.
    • Four minutes later, Singapore scored to level the tie on aggregate.
    • Children, given the opportunity, will naturally assemble a personalized aggregate of intelligences needed to approach a learning situation.
    • For neither in any one single thing, nor in the whole aggregate and series of things, can there be found the sufficient reason of existence.
    • It was Nelson who took the title for the best aggregate gross score, although their 296 total was matched by Burnley and the host club.
    • Its perceptual configurations have been thought to have a special relevance to the emergence of formal artistic qualities which cannot be reduced to a measurable aggregate of more elementary constituents.
    • The sinks are fabricated from a refined polyester resin composite containing a combination of natural and synthetic aggregates, the manufacturer says.
    • Freuberg won 4-0 to advance 4-2 on aggregate to the third round.
    • Barcelona are now totally in charge, with the scores level on aggregate and two away-goals to their credit.
    • They beat a Lions side which barely put up a fight; this is the weakest Australian side for many years; and a Springboks side still in transition came very close indeed to beating them in New Zealand and won the two games on aggregate.
    • These objects remain largely as they have always been, an aggregate of separate dust grains and frozen water, loosely held together.
    • A culture is in reality an aggregate of individuals, not an abstract whole to be subdivided into groups, and Eliot was one hell of an individual.
    • The goal of analyzing and interpreting data is to reduce the enormous amount of raw data that have been collected to a manageable aggregate.
    • Zesco who are yet to concede a goal earned the second round berth after eliminating PAS Mates 4-0 on aggregate.
    • According to Leibniz, the whole world is an aggregate of monads.
    • Except as noted below, data on all cause and cause specific child and infant mortality and of age distribution of child and infant mortality were regional estimates or other aggregates.
    • Space is also not an aggregate of its parts but presumably an essential whole preceding all it parts, a view motivated at least in part by theological considerations.
    • Human organs are complex aggregates of cells and tissues, and it is possible that concentrations of trace elements vary among the various aggregates.
    • Because each record represented a separate loan, aggregates of multiple loans were matched with individual social security numbers.
    • The pattern is seen first as aggregates to assemble in the mind, information acquired bit by bit, as in reality.
    • They had lost the first leg 5-1 and went behind early in the second leg before scoring eight goals to win 9-7 on aggregate with the whole team sharing the match award.
    • After beating the Swedes 4-0 on aggregate, the team is now mixing with the powerhouse clubs in what looks like the strongest field ever assembled.
    • Surprisingly only finished second to Switzerland, before beating Wales 1-0 on aggregate in a nervy play-off.
    • Interestingly, despite their team being 6-1 down on aggregate, Bayer Leverkusen's fans have not stopped singing and chanting since the match began.
    • In fact, you do not find any ‘self,’ and so you come to know that neither the whole aggregate of form nor any part of it is the self.
    • Rather, economists argue that at the margin, the more costly it is to engage in an activity, the less it will be undertaken particularly when dealing with aggregates of separate actions.
    • England did not enter in 1960, the first tournament and were beaten 6-3 on aggregate by France in the first round of the 1964 competition.
    • After finishing second to Bulgaria in their qualifying group, Croatia beat Slovenia 2-1 on aggregate in a Balkan play-off.
    • The Dinamo Kiev striker scored the winner against Turkey in the play off first leg and then got the vital equaliser in Istanbul to level the scores on the night and put Latvia ahead on aggregate.
    • Goffs broke all records for both turnover and average at its premier Orby and Challenge sales with the combined aggregate passing the £39 million barrier.
    • Indeed, the cynical may argue that in winning each of their last four games by less than a single score and an aggregate of a mere 14 points, Wharfedale are struggling at the top!
    • The judges will still rank every performer, and that the aggregate of their ranking will be combined with the public vote to determine who goes and who stays every week.
    • It was extra time and 2-2 on aggregate when they flashed a footballing épée, scored twice without making a sound and left Tony Adams and Co dazed and confused.
    • With five minutes to go the score was 6-4 and the teams were level on aggregate.
    • What will be our relationship with the institutions that bundle aggregates of electronic journals for distribution to libraries?
    • The burton and Milnthorpe clubs are separated only by the aggregate on completion of the first half of the season in the South Lakeland Rural League.
    • The win, their eighth in 10 matches this month, was worth three points as they tacked on the bonus for winning on aggregate over the home and away fixtures.
  • 2

    Construcción
    conglomerado masculino
    • The funding was a result of a Government tax levied on every tonne of stone aggregate extracted from quarrying.
    • Assuming that the concrete has good aggregate to begin with, enduring freezing and thawing is the primary durability issue.
    • Brits also appear to have an long term fascination with types of paving surfaces, so you could find yourself tripping on stone, brick, aggregate, concrete, rock or blocks.
    • Block/concrete brick are manufactured using Portland cement, aggregate, sand, and water.
    • A contract to rebuild a stretch of the A5087 on Rampside Road in Barrow is a pilot scheme in which recycled glass is mixed in with the stone aggregate normally used in the lower layers of the road.
    • But recovered concrete can be crushed and used as road gravel or aggregate.
    • The serene, cave-like space is defined by floors of smooth grey Italian stone and walls of ground faced concrete block with black aggregate and charcoal mortar.
    • Stone tile, a relatively affordable alternative to stone, is made from real stone aggregate suspended in a polymer binder.
    • All these trucks turn up at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon with gravel and sand and aggregate, wanting to dump it.
    • When mixed with fine aggregate used in concrete, these cements reportedly achieve strengths up to 14,000 psi.
    • Aggregates are concrete and other materials sorted, crushed and mixed so as to form mixed aggregate in pieces of 70 mm, or less, in diameter.
    • The Guardian this week reported a plan to recruit 900 construction workers from Jamaica to fill a local shortage, and also a shortage of local aggregate to mix with cement in making concrete.
    • Concrete marble aggregate is one of its key components with 57 white columns, each weighing 29 tonnes, forming the structure of the building.
    • Dawnus provided machines to prepare the site and supplied concrete, aggregate, timber and manpower.
    • Old concrete that has reached the end of its service life can be recycled and reused as aggregate for new concrete mixtures.
    • Britain used to have a healthy stable of big concrete, aggregate and cement groups, from Blue Circle to Tarmac and RMC.
    • He started work just after 8am and had been helping to unload stones and aggregate in large bags from a ship's hold.
    • Pots were filled with building aggregate (referred to as ‘sand’) by hand and stones over about 1 cm in length were removed during pot filling.
    • The original structural system, including the roof, was entirely cast-in-place reinforced concrete using normal-weight aggregate.
    • The panels, which are to be made of concrete and limestone aggregate, will create horizontal bands of shadows on the exterior.
  • 3

    Geología
    agregado masculino
    • Plus, they excrete sticky compounds that glue soil particles into aggregates, keeping the soil open and porous.
    • Temper carbon - compact aggregates or nodules of graphite found in malleable iron as a result of heat treatment.
    • Polysaccharides help form humus, which enables small clay or silt particles to stick together to form larger aggregates.
    • According to Brownlee, the loose aggregate of particles seen on comets may represent the first generation of solids in the solar system.
    • The material inside the skull is an aggregate of clay-sized chloritic material and is a treasure trove of minerals.
    • It encourages microorganism activity causing soil particles to clump together and form aggregates.
    • Soil particles are bound together into aggregates and these influence the precise pore structure of the soil.
    • The stability of an aggregate will depend on the number of vesicles in the aggregate and on the energy per vesicle.
    • So I could infer the general composition of that… aggregate clump by the fireplace, but I'll be switched if I know its point of origin.
    • The crystals were yellow-brown aggregates of needle-shaped structures that simulated haystacks.
    • The fine sand and silt size fraction comprised decayed plant material, pollen, occasional chitin fragments, clay aggregates, diatoms and fine silicates.
    • If the platelets are not separated, it is unlikely that the shear forces generated during the compounding process will be sufficient to overcome the forces holding the aggregates together.
    • Therefore, the stable structure of the aggregate is not needed to determine its mechanical properties.
    • The simulations predict loose aggregates of particles with many branches in a complex network, like a portion of a spider's web.
    • Malachite is also well known as loosely coherent aggregates and. as thin green films and stains.
    • Underfoot irregular, pebbles lay like aggregate and chips of stone protruded from the compacted ground, as desiccated and brittle as human bone.
    • Marcasite, when viewed in hand specimen, tends to form crudely banded masses or massive aggregates.
    • These actin nucleation sites lead to the formation of large aggregates due to charge shielding between actin monomers in the aggregate and monomers in the bulk.

adjetivo

  • 1

    (value/sales) total
    (sales/value) global

verbo transitivo

formal

  • 1

    (total, gather together) juntar
    (total, gather together) sumar
    (group) agrupar