compose in English
v. compose, make up; form; write; put together; typeset; come to terms; take a test
adj. compound, mixed; made up of, composed of
His entire fortune now composed of not more than the deposit at Barings, and this twenty thousand pounds he owed to his colleagues of the Reform Club.
In this moment, he was endeavouring to compose the word Eternity.
Phileas Fogg, self-composed, as if the judgment did not in the least concern him, did not even raise his eyebrows.
He composed, with these pieces of ice, letters and sometimes entire words.
The crew of the Tankadere was composed of master John Bunsby, and four other men.
Passepartout went upon the stage, and took his place beside his colleagues who were to compose the base of the Cart of Juggernaut.
Beethoven composed his ninth symphony.
Many operettas were composed in Vienna.
My school often organised concerts in order to make the opera known, especially the Italian one, which perfectly integrates itself with the artistic and monumental context, as many works were composed for churches and academies.
The machine is composed of three main parts.
1. constitute: comprise, make up, consist of, belong to
2. create: design, synthesise, synthesize, combine, draft, forge, originate, consolidate
3. arrange: order, align, rank, array, place, adjust, organise, organize
4. write: score, invent, conceive, imagine, author, coin, program
5. control: calm, quiet, still, collect
6. set type: set, make up