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Group

Definition

noun, plural: groups

(1) An assemblage of animals, plants, or microorganisms having the same distinctive features, which identify them from the others

(2) (general) A number of entities taken together as a unit because members share a common characteristic or relation


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Word origin: French groupe (“cluster, group”)

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