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    #1

    On aggregate

    I guess this is used mostly in football, but can I say for example:

    "We threw darts three rounds and counted the results on aggregate" ?

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    Re: On aggregate

    I can't see why not, but darts is usually not spread over time, but a single match, while football legs are played days or weeks apart, so it doesn't seem necessary. Also, wouldn't you have 'three rounds of darts'?

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    #3

    Re: On aggregate

    OK thanks tdol

    In most extreme cases there may be two or three hours in between the rounds,so that there's one in the morning, one in the afternoon and one in the evening, but yet happen during the very same day.

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