Definition of "collections" []

  • The act or process of collecting (noun)
  • A number of things collected or assembled together (noun)
  • A selection of clothes, esp as presented by a particular designer for a specified season (noun)
  • Something gathered into a mass or pile; accumulation (noun)
  • A sum of money collected or solicited, as in church (noun)
  • Removal, esp regular removal of letters from a postbox (noun)
  • (at Oxford University) a college examination or an oral report by a tutor (noun)
  • Plural form of collection. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • A state being beyond merely past due. (noun)
  • A department that attempts to collect on accounts that are beyond merely past due. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "collections" in a sentence
  • "Returning to the 1927-S, the Heritage cataloguer remarks that a pedigree to either the Duckor or Brahin collections is extremely important."
  • "Yet, even though it is a stand-alone brand, Pepperidge Farm has achieved recognition for four product lines, which they call collections."
  • ""First, to revitalize the mission of the museum through its exhibitions, public programs and publications; then to modernize the building so that our collections will be safe, with proper climate controls and storage; and the third, what I call collections initiative, meaning making its holdings accessible.""