- n any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
- n the activity of putting things together in groups
- n a system for classifying things into groups
- v arrange into a group or groups
- v form a group or group together
- The first grouping is the couple's relationship.
- Social networking often involves grouping specific individuals or organizations together to create an online community.
- The most recent opinion polls suggest that the opposition Civic Platform, a center-right grouping ostensibly more friendly toward Europe and business interests, would take first .
- Bruce Arena in Sports Xone (blog)
For the US it looks to be a positive grouping,said Bruce Arena, who coached the Americans at the previous two World Cups. "But again, let's not count them through yet."
- Jim Delany in SportingNews.com
When the cable company decides to send 70 channels -- the food channel, and the dog channel and the bike channel and the jewelry channel -- into your home, (we believe) that the Big Ten Network deserves to be in that grouping,Big Ten...
- Manmohan Singh in Hindu
With 40 per cent of the world's population and output (in purchasing power parity terms), "the BRIC grouping has the potential to lead global economic growth," Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in a statement before leaving New Delhi.