Results for: group
1. a number of persons or things considered as a collective unit
a. a number of persons bound together by common social standards, interests, etc.
b. (as modifier) group behaviour
3. (Music) a small band of players or singers, esp of pop music
4. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Biology) a number of animals or plants considered as a unit because of common characteristics, habits, etc.
5. (Linguistics / Grammar) Grammar another word, esp in systemic grammar, for phrase 
6. (Economics, Accounting & Finance / Accounting & Book-keeping) an association of companies under a single ownership and control, consisting of a holding company, subsidiary companies, and sometimes associated companies
7. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Art Terms) two or more figures or objects forming a design or unit in a design, in a painting or sculpture
8. (Military) a military formation comprising complementary arms and services, usually for a purpose a brigade group
9. (Military) an air force organization of higher level than a squadron
10. (Chemistry) Also called radical Chem two or more atoms that are bound together in a molecule and behave as a single unit a methyl group -CH3 Compare free radical
11. (Chemistry) a vertical column of elements in the periodic table that all have similar electronic structures, properties, and valencies Compare period 
12. (Earth Sciences / Geological Science) Geology any stratigraphical unit, esp the unit for two or more formations
13. (Mathematics) Maths a set that has an associated operation that combines any two members of the set to give another member and that also contains an identity element and an inverse for each element
14. (Medicine) See blood group
to arrange or place (things, people, etc.) in or into a group or (of things, etc.) to form into a group
[from French groupe, of Germanic origin; compare Italian gruppo; see crop]
group /grup/ n. 1 a number of people or things placed together: A group of people protested against the new law. 2 two or more singers, musicians, etc.: A singing group performed at the local theater. 3 (in mathematics) a type of set: He is an expert in group theory.
v. [I;T] 1 to put together in a group, assemble: The grocer groups apples by variety: Golden Delicious, McIntosh, etc. 2 to come together, gather: People grouped on the street to watch the parade.
Thesaurus: group n. 1 a crowd | mob. Ant. an individual. 2 an ensemble frml. v. 1 to put together, sort. Ant. to scatter. 2 to crowd together, cluster. Ant. to disperse.