Definitions and translations for "group"

Definition of group

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A number of things or persons being in some relation to one another.
There is a group of houses behind the hill;  he left town to join a Communist group
A group of people gathered in front of the Parliament to demonstrate against the Prime Minister's proposals.
2. A set with an associative binary operation, under which there exists an identity element, and such that each element has an inverse.
3. An effective divisor on a curve.
4. A (usually small) group of people who perform music together.
Did you see the new jazz group?
5. A small number (up to about fifty) of galaxies that are near each other.
6. A column in the periodic table of chemical elements.
7. A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group.
8. A subset of a culture or of a society.
9. An air force formation.
10. A collection of formations or rock strata.
11. A number of users with same rights with respect to accession, modification, and execution of files, computers and peripherals.
12. An element of an espresso machine from which hot water pours into the portafilter.
13. A number of eighth, sixteenth, etc., notes joined at the stems; sometimes rather indefinitely applied to any ornament made up of a few short notes.
14. A set of teams playing each other in the same division, while not during the same period playing any teams that belong to other sets in the division.
Verb
15. To put together to form a group.
Group the dogs by hair colour
16. To come together to form a group.
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English - English - group

Pronunciation
n. bunch; ensemble, band; (Computers) window which contains several application icons (in a Windows environment)
v. divide into groups; assemble, gather; classify, sort

English - Spanish - group

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s. grupo, agrupación, agrupamiento; (inform.) grupo, ventana que contiene un número de iconos de diferentes aplicaciones en el entorno Windows
v. agrupar, juntar, unificar; formar en grupos, categorizar, clasificar

English - French - group

Pronunciation
n. groupe; groupe, fenêtre comprenant plusieurs icônes d'applications dans l'interface Windows (informatique)
v. diviser par groupes; se regrouper; amasser; classifier

English - German - group

Pronunciation
n. Gruppe, Konzern, Ensemble; (Comput) ein Fenster in "Windows" das mehrere Applikationssymbole beinhaltet
v. gruppieren; in Gruppen einteilen; einweisen; (ein) sammeln

English - Indonesian - group

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n. kelompok, gerombolan, gugusan, gugus, bondong, kelimun, perkauman, grup, rombongan, regu, pasukan, golongan, puak, gelombang, babat, kobok, bangsa
v. mengumpulkan, berkumpul, mengelompok, menggolongkan, mengelompokkan

English - Italian - group

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s. gruppo; gruppo musicale; (inform.) gruppo, finestra che contiene un numero di simboli di applicazioni nel sistema Windows
v. raggruppare, disporre a gruppi; classificare; (Art) disporre in modo artistico

English - Polish - group

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n. grupa, ugrupowanie, gniazdo, partia, zespół, frakcja, zespół muzyczny, gromada, grono, liczba, kompleks, odłam, peleton, pułk, rzut
v. grupować, ugrupować się, zgrupować, gniazdować
a. grupowy

English - Portuguese - group

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s. grupo (também em informática); conjunto; (informática) grupo, janela que contém certa quantidade de ícones de aplicativos na área do Windows
v. agrupar; trabalhar em equipe; dividir grupos

English - Romanian - group

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n. grup, grupă, echipă, grupare, colectiv, companie, ceată, tabără, pâlc, detaşament, cârd, adunătură, lot, căprărie, număr
v. combina

English - Russian - group

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с. группа; ансамбль популярной музыки; группировка, фракция; авиагруппа, авиационная группа; радикал, система; отдел; ярус; окно содержащее иконки приложений в системе Windows [комп.]
г. группировать, классифицировать

English - Turkish - group

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f. gruplandırmak, sınıflandırmak, gruplaşmak, toplanmak
i. grup, küme, öbek, takım, topluluk, heyet, kafile, manga, filo (İng.), kütle

English - Ukrainian - group

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n. група, угрупування, гурт, колектив, контингент, партія
v. групувати, групуватися, класифікувати, згрупувати

French - English - group

group, Group

English - Dutch - group

Pronunciation
zn. groep (ook in computers); troep; (in computers) groep, een venster dat een aantal verwante pictogrammen (icons) onder "Windows" bevat
ww. zich groeperen; in groepen plaatsen/verdelen

English - Greek - group

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ουσ. ομάδα, όμιλος, συγκρότημα, συνομοταξία, σύμπλεγμα, ομάς
ρήμ. συμπλέκω

English - Arabic - group

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‏قطيع، مجموعة، جماعة، زمرة، سرب، فئة، دفعة مجموعة، رهط، مفرزة، الفئة، الزمرة، المجموعة‏
‏صنف، ألف جزءا من جماعة، تجمع‏

English - Chinese - group

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(名) 团体; 团; 组; (计算机用语) 在窗口工作状态包含几个应用图示的视窗
(动) 把...分组; 把...聚集; 聚集

English - Chinese - group

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(名) 團體; 團; 組
(動) 把...分組; 把...聚集; 聚集

English - Hindi - group

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n. समुदाय झुण्ड, गुट, समूह, गुट्ट, जत्था, टोली, तरफ़
v. क्रम में रखना, वर्गीकृत करना, एकत्रित करना, एकत्रित बटोरना

English - Japanese - group

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(動) 分割する; 集める; 群らがる; 分類する
(名) 群れ, 集団, 集まり; 派, グループ, 団体; 群; (コンピュータ)グループ, Windows環境でアプリケーションアイコンを含むウィンドウ

English - Korean - group

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명. 그룹, 집단, 군, 군상, 분파, 비행 연대, 기, 유, 패거리, 반, 패
동. 무리로 만들다; 소집하다; 분류하다, 종류로 나누다

English - Vietnamese - group

Pronunciation
n. tốp, đám, đoàn, họp lại, nhóm
v. họp lại thành tốp, đám, đoàn
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Dictionary Extension
Synonyms for group
1. collection: set, sort, array, batch, bunch, bundle, clump
2. assembly: gathering, crowd, band, assemblage, bunch, crew, party
3. assemble: collect, gather, cluster
4. classify: rank, assort, arrange, file, associate, link
Verb forms for group
Present participle: grouping
Present: group (3.person: groups)
Past: grouped
Future: will group
Present conditional: would group
Present Perfect: have grouped (3.person: has grouped)
Past Perfect: had grouped
Future Perfect: will have grouped
Past conditional: would have grouped