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accumulate to amass; collect. [1/2 definitions]
aggregate to collect in one mass or sum. [1/6 definitions]
amass to gather or collect into a large amount. [1/3 definitions]
atherosclerosis a form of arteriosclerosis in which deposits of fatty nodules collect on the inner walls of arteries, often accompanied by degeneration of the affected areas.
bunch to collect or gather into a bunch. [1/5 definitions]
c.o.d. abbreviation of "collect on delivery." [1/2 definitions]
collectable combined form of collect.
compile to gather together; collect. [1/3 definitions]
concentrate to gather or collect in one place. [1/6 definitions]
conglomerate to collect and adhere in a body or mass. [1/5 definitions]
dew water droplets that collect, usu. at night, on cool surfaces. [1/3 definitions]
embody to collect or organize into one body or system. [1/3 definitions]
enforce to collect or obtain (money or performance) by force or coercion. [1/3 definitions]
estreat to collect as a fine or tax. [1/3 definitions]
gather to collect from various sources; amass. [1/12 definitions]
hoard to collect or save up as a hoard. [2/3 definitions]
horsefly any of numerous large, bloodsucking flies that typically collect around horses, cows, and the like.
iPod trademark for a pocket-sized digital audio player with a large storage capacity, primarily used to collect and play back downloaded digital music files.
lachrymatory a small vase often found in ancient Roman tombs, formerly supposed to have been used to collect the tears shed by mourners. [1/2 definitions]
levy to carry out the levy of; collect. [1/4 definitions]
oyster to collect oysters. [1/3 definitions]