the practice of approaching problems or issues as matters that are best dealt with by consensus of a group rather than by individuals acting independently; conformity.
the lack of individual creativity, or of a sense of personal responsibility, that is sometimes characteristic of group interaction.
a tendency within organizations or society to promote or establish the view of the predominant group
1959, from group (n.) + think.
/ˈɡruːpəˌskjuːl/ noun 1. generally (derogatory) a small group within a political party or movement
noun, Physics. 1. the velocity of finite numbers of waves undergoing simple harmonic motion, equal to the phase velocity when it does not vary with the wavelengths of the waves. The group velocity of the set of waves produced in water when a stone is dropped is less than the velocity of the individual waves.
[groop-wair] /ˈgrupˌwɛər/ noun, Computers. 1. software that allows users on a network to work together and communicate effectively: Our company uses groupware to share files, databases, calendars, and email. /ˈɡruːpˌwɛə/ noun 1. software that enables computers within a group or organization to work together, allowing users to exchange electronic-mail messages, access shared files and databases, […]
[groop] /grup/ noun 1. any collection or assemblage of persons or things; cluster; aggregation: a group of protesters; a remarkable group of paintings. 2. a number of persons or things ranged or considered together as being related in some way. 3. Also called radical. Chemistry. two or more atoms specifically arranged, as the hydroxyl group, […]