Group

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Definition

a group: a crowd, a company, a troop, a gang; a collection; a (musical) band
noun

to group: to unite, to put together, to collect, to order
verb

Examples

  • "te quartet, a group of pig musicians, will play Carnegie Hall next Tuesday, don't miss it!"
  • "Indigo Motel can't write, can't play and certainly can't sing – but 500,000 Belgian teenagers absolutely worship this group."
  • "Hannah : But why are you investing in a pop group and not something more sensible like the stock market?"
  • "San Francisco has historically been a city tolerant of minority groups."
  • "You may know him as one half of the group Dumb Prank (he's the short one with the gold helmet)."
  • "The group, led by twin brothers Desmond and Brian Jones, is back together after a messy break-up nearly 20 years ago."
  • "'Rebecca' is a socioeconomic group: she is a professional woman between 30 and 45;"
  • "It is reality for a select group of people called City traders, though their number has just been reduced by one."
  • "Fans of the punk group 'Down with the Duke' will finally get their wish when the band makes its highly anticipated comeback tomorrow night at the Free Trade Room in New York City."
  • "The British twins decided to get the group back together last month in a transparent attempt to make more money."

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