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    col·lect
    [kəˈlek(t)]
    verb
    collect (verb) · collects (third person present) · collected (past tense) · collected (past participle) · collecting (present participle)
    1. bring or gather together (things, typically when scattered or widespread):
      "he went around the office collecting old coffee cups" · "he collected up all his clothing"
      • come together and form a group or mass:
        "worshipers collected together in a stadium" · "dust and dirt collect so quickly"
      • systematically seek and acquire (items of a particular kind) as a hobby:
        "I've started collecting stamps" · "the urge to collect, to have the full set, is in us all"
      • accumulate and store over a period of time:
        "collect rainwater to use on the garden"
    2. call for and take away; fetch:
      "the children were collected from school"
      • go somewhere and accept or receive (something), especially as a right or due:
        "she went to Oxford to collect her honorary degree"
      • solicit and receive (donations), especially for charity:
        "collecting money for the war effort" · "we collected for the United Way"
      • receive (money that is due); be paid:
        "they called to collect a debt" · "he'd come to collect"
    3. (collect oneself)
      regain control of oneself, typically after a shock:
      "he paused for a moment to take a breath, to collect himself"
      • bring together and concentrate (one's thoughts):
        "she returned to her room to collect her thoughts"
    4. archaic
      conclude; infer:
      "by all best conjectures, I collect Thou art to be my fatal enemy"
    5. cause (a horse) to bring its hind legs further forward as it moves, thereby shortening the stride and increasing balance and impulsion:
      "a rider should want to be able to collect a horse when hacking"
    adjective
    NORTH AMERICAN ENGLISH
    collect (adjective)
    1. (of a phone call) paid for by the person receiving it:
      "a collect call"
    adverb
    NORTH AMERICAN ENGLISH
    collect (adverb)
    1. (with reference to making a phone call) in a way that is paid for by the person receiving it:
      "I called my mother collect"
    Origin
    late Middle English: from Old French collecter or medieval Latin collectare, from Latin collect- ‘gathered together’, from the verb colligere, from col- ‘together’ + legere ‘choose or collect’.
    col·lect
    [ˈkälek(t)]
    noun
    collect (noun) · collects (plural noun)
    1. (in church use) a short prayer, especially one assigned to a particular day or season.
    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French collecte, from Latin collecta ‘gathering’, feminine past participle of colligere ‘gather together’ (see collect).
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    verb
    1. bring or gather together (things, typically when scattered or widespread):
    2. call for and take away; fetch:
      go/come to get
      go/come and get
      go/come for
      Opposite:
    3. regain control of oneself, typically after a shock:
      regain one's composure
      take a hold of oneself
      steady oneself
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    What does collect mean?The meaning of COLLECT is a short prayer comprising an invocation, petition, and conclusion; specifically, often capitalized : one preceding the eucharistic Epistle and varying with the day. How to use collect in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of Collect.
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    What is collect adjective?Definition of collect adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (of a phone call) paid for by the person who receives the call The Oxford Learner’s Thesaurus explains the difference between groups of similar words. Try it for free as part of the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary app
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    What does it mean when you collect someone?When you collect someone or something, you go and get them from the place where they are waiting for you or have been left for you. David always collects Alistair from school on Wednesdays. [VERB noun + from] She had just collected her pension from the post office. [VERB noun from noun]
    What does collect mean in the Bible?collect (plural collects) (sometimes capitalized) ( Christianity) The prayer said before the reading of the epistle lesson, especially one found in a prayerbook, as with the Book of Common Prayer . He used the day's collect as the basis of his sermon.
    What do you mean by collection?the act of collecting. a collection of books on Churchill. a history of the museum and of the collection. an excellent Picasso collection. the director of the collections. the spring collection. a sum of money collected, especially for charity or church use. Manège. act of bringing or coming into a collected attitude.
     
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