constitute, represent, make up, comprise, be(verb)
form or compose
"This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
play, follow, embody, act, found, live, institute, even up, make up, compensate, fabricate, appoint, establish, equal, symbolize, even out, present, lay out, exist, make, pay, incorporate, typify, be, exemplify, form, cost, reconcile, stand for, correct, invent, consist, plant, catch up with, manufacture, counterbalance, defend, represent, stage, conciliate, comprise, patch up, nominate, even off, name, symbolise, interpret, cook up, correspond, personify, contain, map, pay off, settle
appoint, name, nominate, constitute(verb)
create and charge with a task or function
"nominate a committee"
found, form, put up, list, appoint, identify, represent, be, bring up, mention, name, describe, advert, plant, put forward, comprise, establish, key out, propose, institute, diagnose, call, charge, discover, make up, distinguish, cite, refer, nominate, key, make
form, constitute, make(verb)
to compose or represent:"This wall forms the background of the stage setting"
"The branches made a roof"; "This makes a fine introduction"
wee-wee, take, hit, bring in, organise, institute, draw, cook, have, piddle, hold, mold, piss, do, reach, earn, stimulate, get to, shit, defecate, spring, lay down, name, pass water, comprise, mould, progress to, create, crap, take a shit, pretend, make water, gain, ready, found, imprint, establish, be, realize, make up, give, attain, pull in, induce, form, pee, make, wee, plant, ca-ca, get, take shape, prepare, micturate, shape, take in, score, build, make believe, forge, throw, arrive at, pee-pee, relieve oneself, spend a penny, represent, puddle, take a crap, clear, appoint, produce, nominate, organize, take a leak, take form, cause, urinate, work, fix, realise, stool, seduce, construct
establish, found, plant, constitute, institute(verb)
set up or lay the groundwork for
"establish a new department"
engraft, demonstrate, name, ground, implant, set up, install, be, set, base, found, institute, instal, launch, build, appoint, imbed, comprise, prove, represent, form, give, plant, shew, lay down, embed, establish, make up, bring, nominate, make, show
To cause to stand; to establish; to enact.
Laws appointed and constituted by lawful authority.-- Jeremy Taylor.
To make up; to compose; to form.
Truth and reason constitute that intellectual gold that defies destruction.--Johnson.
To appoint, depute, or elect to an office; to make and empower.
Me didst Thou constitute a priest of thine.-- William Wordsworth.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Make is essentially causative; to the idea of cause all its various senses may be traced (compare synonyms for CAUSE). To make is to cause to exist, or to cause to exist in a certain form or in certain relations; the word thus includes the idea of create, as in Gen. i, 31, "And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good." Make includes also the idea of compose, constitute; as, the parts make up the whole. Similarly, to cause a voluntary agent to do a certain act is to make him do it, or compel him to do it, compel fixing the attention more on the process, make on the accomplished fact. Compare COMPEL; DO; INFLUENCE; (make better) AMEND; (make haste) QUICKEN; (make known) ANNOUNCE; AVOW; CONFESS; (make prisoner) ARREST; (make up) ADD; (make void) CANCEL.
See synonyms for ABOLISH; BREAK; DEMOLISH.
become, bring about, bring into being, bring to pass, cause, compel, compose, constrain, construct, create, do, effect, establish, execute, fabricate, fashion, force, frame, get, make, make out, make up, manufacture, occasion, perform, reach, render, require, shape
Make of, out of, or from certain materials, into a certain form, for a certain purpose or person; made with hands, by hand; made by a prisoner, with a jack-knife.
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How to use constitute in a sentence?
We are very concerned that these apparently trumped-up charges may constitute a renewed attempt to stifle dissent.
At the same time, the hazardous content of e-waste constitute a 'toxic mine' that must be managed with extreme care.
One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful organizations do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a football team. The first requisite is life, always.
The scheme by President Trump was so brazen, so clear, supported by documents, actions, sworn testimony, uncontradicted contemporaneous records that it's hard to imagine that anybody could dispute those acts, let alone argue that that conduct does not constitute an impeachable offense or offenses.
The optics are bad, but not everything that looks bad is criminal, cornell Law School's unclear whether trading based on the White House's private release of factual information, that was otherwise publicly obtainable, would constitute insider trading, even if White House was publicly contesting that information.
Translations for constitute
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- съставям, основавам, образувам, учредявамBulgarian
- tvořit, ustavitCzech
- konstituieren, erzeugen, bilden, ernennen, errichten, ausmachen, einsetzen, festsetzen, begründenGerman
- تشکیل می دهندPersian
- muodostaa, perustaa, ollaFinnish
- गठित करनाHindi
- nominare, costituire, creare, deputare, rappresentare, formareItalian
- 선출하다, 구성하다, 설립하다, 이루다, 제정하다Korean
- tayin etmek, seçmek, teşkil etmek, oluşturmak, atamak, oluşmak, meydana getirmekTurkish
- cấu thànhVietnamese
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