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  • They would collect money each week for any member who needed it.
  • While collecting some of its power for their ship, their presence is discovered.
  • The stories were later collected and published together in a single volume.
  • John also declared that the tax would be collected throughout England as well.
  • He tells the player how much money he or she collects per battle.
  • Different programs have been developed to collect online process data of writing activities.
  • The term may also refer to any data collected during the scientific activity.
  • None was able to do so, and the prize was never collected.
  • The civil government is under the Dutch and the duties collected by them.
  • He has been collecting such information for most of his life.
  • Through him, she collected information from Russia and other countries about educational institutions.
  • She accompanied the army herself and helped collect wood to keep the soldiers warm.
  • Only five investigation teams are still supported, though data is collected for two additional instruments.
  • The hotel has featured and collected the work of the many visual artists who have passed through.
  • The prize did not increase in value from one show to the next if it was not collected.
  • Unable to collect enough money to finish work, they increasingly lost public support.
  • He has written nearly two hundred short stories, most of which have been collected in book collections.
  • He began to collect books on art and he studied other artists' techniques.
  • She is currently collecting fund that will go towards building a school.
  • Some are merely places where farmers have collected stones removed from a field.
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Root form of collected is collect for the verb.

Words starting with collected

Meaning of collected

  • verb Call for and obtain payment of
    we collected over a million dollars in outstanding debts, he collected the rent
  • verb Get or bring together
    accumulate evidence
  • verb Gather or collect
    You can get the results on Monday, She picked up the children at the day care center, They pick up our trash twice a week
  • adjective Brought together in one place
    the collected works of Milton, the gathered folds of the skirt