Verb(1) form or compose(2) create and charge with a task or function(3) to compose or represent(4) set up or lay the groundwork for
(1) there were enough members present to constitute a quorum(2) The majority of these were ruled out of consideration because the complaint did not constitute an offence or breach of discipline.(3) lone parents constitute a great proportion of the poor(4) Unlike the European Central Bank, its members do not necessarily constitute a cohesive professional college.(5) The data I have presented here constitute only a very modest beginning toward meeting the challenge.(6) Those metasediments that are present probably constitute no more than 30% of the belt.(7) Although important, medications for heart failure constitute only half of the treatment program.(8) If this is the case, then limited liability does not constitute the whole of the problem and removing it would be only a partial solution.(9) Failure to act may constitute a waiver of the breach and, in certain circumstances, a variation of the agreement.(10) It found that such a move would breach two clauses in the Competition Act 1991 and would constitute market sharing.(11) The same act carried out by two persons acting together may constitute conspiracy to defraud.(12) If these allegations are confirmed, such breaches of duty would constitute grave violations of medical ethics.(13) The Amy genes of Drosophila constitute a relatively small multigene family with two to seven members in different species.(14) Such fees at present constitute about half the budget of the FDA's drug review center.(15) There is, as a consequence, some repetition and little sense that the eleven articles constitute a coherent whole.(16) At present, credits constitute 40 per cent of the banks' assets to give them the top slot in the banks' assets.
(1) constitute :: konstitye
1. amount to ::
2. be equivalent to ::
dwe ekivalan a
3. inaugurate ::
5. institute ::
6. form ::
7. appoint ::
constitute, constituted, constitutes, constituting
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...would CONSTITUTE a couple
that others might consider cute.
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that might CONSTITUTE
a violation of the tenets of the faith.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7
do not CONSTITUTE plans
in my book.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 9
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