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1 : a number of persons or things considered as a unit. 2 : a number of persons or things that are considered related in some way an age group a food group. 3 : a small band a rock group. group. verb. grouped; grouping. Kids Definition of group (Entry 2 of 2) : to arrange in, put into, or form a unit or group. group.
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Define group. group synonyms, group pronunciation, group translation, English dictionary definition of group. n. 1. An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or ...
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Group. A group is a finite or infinite set of elements together with a binary operation (called the group operation) that together satisfy the four fundamental properties of closure, associativity, the identity property, and the inverse property. The operation with respect to which a group is defined is often called the "group operation," and a ...