Meaning of aggrupation in English:

aggrupation

Pronunciation /aɡrʊˈpeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

Philippines
  • An association or organization linked by a common interest or trade.

    ‘more than 100 members of different aggrupations ratified the polls’
    • ‘this aggrupation has monopolized the market’
    • ‘Distinction of one industry from the other within an aggrupation is also very necessary.’
    • ‘They should prove that they are mature and of age as an aggrupation.’
    • ‘Rural development programs will almost always find the need for organizing small farmers into some form of aggrupation.’
    • ‘The owners were willing to operate the aggrupation as if it were a single farm unit under a single management.’
    • ‘Just like the trade groups, the hometown associations have consolidated membership and expanded to form bigger aggrupations.’
    • ‘On a lower level we may speak of those specialized institutions as political parties, civic organizations, business corporations, and professional or occupational aggrupations.’

Origin

Early 20th century from Spanish agrupación ‘group’.