Definition of grouping in English:

grouping

Syllabification: group·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈɡro͞opiNG
 
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noun

1A set of people acting together with a common interest or purpose, especially within a larger organization: a grouping of Protestant churches
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  • That there are factional groupings within the Liberals comes as no surprise.
  • They were also the focal point of the community, bringing people together to form new social groupings.
  • It can lead to extremists and it can lead to humans bonding together in extreme groupings and it can also lead to mistrust on a grand scale.
1.1The arrangement or formation of people or things in a group or groups: an alternative form of ability grouping
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  • Although this traditional grouping is geographically convenient, it may obscure a far more complex picture of interrelationships.
  • The value of disciplinary grouping is that, at least at its best, people with real and specific competence are in control.
  • Cooperative learning techniques, including heterogeneous grouping, are a central component of this approach to developing literacy skills.

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