Translation of comprise in Spanish:

comprise

Pronunciation: /kəmˈpraɪz/

vt

  • 1.1 (consist of) comprender, constar de
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    • The new board will comprise twelve members, including four worker directors.
    • The trust was to comprise five people including his chartered accountant.
    • The remainder of the unit comprises warehouse accommodation and includes a roller shutter door.
    1.2 (constitute, make up) componer* to be comprised of sth componerse* de algo, estar* compuesto de algo
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    • They can even claim the finished item to be so different it comprises a whole new record.
    • This was because the missed cases were not typical of the cohort as a whole but comprised a subset with a lower life expectancy.
    • A dog is not the same animal as a cat just because both species are comprised of different breeds.

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