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arraynoun [C]

us   /əˈreɪ/
a large group of things or people, esp. when shown or positioned in an attractive way: The airport shops offer a wide array of merchandise.
array
verb [T] us   /əˈreɪ/
A battery of cameras was arrayed before them.
(Definition of array from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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arraynoun [C, usually singular]

uk   /əˈreɪ/ us   MARKETING
a large number of products of a similar type: Electronics companies produce an array of products that rely on fiber networks.a broad/dazzling/wide/vast array (of sth) An added lure of the restaurant is the vast array of wines on offer.
(Definition of array from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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