The Dictionary Devotee Cambridge International Dictionary of English [Cambridge University Press] group/gru:p/
* n [c+sing/plv]| a number of people or things that are put together or considered as a unit.e.g. I'm meeting a group of friends for dinner tonight.| a number of people who play music together, especially popular music.e.g. She began her career by singing in a pop group.—PRASE| A group captain is an officer in the British air force.| A group practice is several doctors who work together in the same place.| The Group of Seven(abbreviation G7) are the seven indusstrial countriesof Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Britain, the United States and Germanywhich meet together to discuss and make plans.| Group therapy is treatment in which people meet in a group to talk abouttheir emotional problems, with a trained leader or doctor present.
* v.# We all grouped together the bride(= formed a group round her) for afamily photograph.# The relatives of those killed in the crash grouped thechildren(=organized themselves into a group with an aim) to seekcompensation.# I always grouped the children(put them in groups) according to age.# The books were grouped (= put into groups) by size.
--by Translation Talent Group n. 团体, 组, 团, 群 any number of entities (members) considered as a unit v. 聚合, 成群 arrange into a group or groups form a group or group together
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