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Meaning of “collected” - Learner’s Dictionary

collected

adjective     /kəˈlektɪd/
BOOK [always before noun]
brought together in one book or series of books: His collected poems were published in 1928.Collecting and amassingKinds of books
CONTROL
showing control over your feelings: Jane was very calm and collected.Controlling emotionsCalm and relaxedNot showing or feeling emotions
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