Definition Of compose

verb

(of elements) constitute or make up (a whole).

the system is composed of a group of machines

calm or settle (oneself or one's features or thoughts).

she tried to compose herself

prepare (a text) for printing by manually, mechanically, or electronically setting up the letters and other characters in the order to be printed.

He built an electronic printing system that would allow business customers to compose documents on an online template.

write or create (a work of art, especially music or poetry).

he composed the First Violin Sonata four years earlier

Example Of compose

  • compose and draw a still life

  • Adobe Photoshop was used to compose bitmap figures and Corel Draw was used to compose line drawings.

  • After his initial input the children went on to compose their own poems.

  • All three men retell their stories of disillusionment slowly and methodically, taking breaks to compose themselves.

  • And that is what led them to compose songs on the World Cup theme.


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