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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharrayar‧ray1 /əˈreɪ/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 [usually singular]GROUP OF THINGS a group of people or things, especially one that is large or impressivearray of a dazzling array of flowers a bewildering array of optionsa vast/impressive/wide array There was a vast array of colours to choose from.2 TD technical a set of numbers or signs, or of computer memory units, arranged in lines across or down
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arrayEmployees shuffle into the training room for a three-to six-hour session featuring an array of information.An array of Navajo rugs recently held center stage in the Showcase Gallery.The big essential oil suppliers stock a bewildering array of essences.The prisoner nodded faintly at the array of somber faces.They had increasing difficulty in providing even tolerably competent candidates for the array of provincial posts reserved for them.An adult has a vast array of comparatively complex schemata that permit a great number of differentiations.It was never clear whether there was actually a Fifth or whether the whole array was simply devised in order to confuse Tehran.a vast/impressive/wide arrayAs an Empire player you can choose from a vast array of infantry types.Because they had so much more energy available to them, cyanobacteria exploded into a vast array of different forms.Clearly no government can legislate for such a wide array of circumstances, let alone attempt to enforce such legislation.In a conversation that ranged far beyond the movie, Fairchild revealed a wide array of interests.The book includes a wide array of misguided movie reviews.The class enemy, the bourgeoisie and its allies, wielded a vast array of ideological weapons designed to mislead the proletariat.The karate repertoire has a vast array of technical kicks.University and college libraries enable the enquiring mind to range freely over a vast array of literature.