compile


compile
01. Police are [compiling] information on a number of unsolved murders to see if there is a pattern.
02. Over 30,000 different sentences in context have been [compiled] in a new vocabulary database for ESL students.
03. The author spent years [compiling] facts about different tourist sites in Europe before writing his travel book.
04. My wife has been using the Internet to [compile] some wonderful recipes from cultures around the world.
05. She has spent over 30 years of her life [compiling] folk songs from cultures around the world.
06. Using a computer makes [compiling] data so much faster and easier.
07. His latest album is a [compilation] of some of his personal favorite, though lesser-known songs.
08. A report [compiled] by a consumer group has shown that prices for computers have been decreasing steadily over the last ten years.
09. We will need to [compile] a lot more responses to our questionnaire before we can draw any conclusions from the information.
10. Greek historian Dionysius [compiled] a 20-volume history of Rome.
11. Benjamin Franklin [compiled] a list of more than 200 synonyms for "drunk."
12. In the early fifteenth century, scholars in China [compiled] an encyclopedia consisting of 11,095 volumes.
13. G. K. Chesterton once suggested that you could [compile] the worst book in the world entirely out of selected passages from the best writers in the world.
14. [Compilations] of Christmas songs sung by various popstars are always a popular item in the record stores during the Christmas season.
15. The city is trying to [compile] an accurate figure on the number of homeless people living on our streets.

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  • Compile — Год основания 1983 (Programmers 3) Расположение Япония Отрасль Видеоигры Продукция Puyo Puyo …   Википедия

  • compile — com‧pile [kəmˈpaɪl] verb [transitive] 1. to collect information together and write it into a list, report, book etc: • Our staff are compiling the material for an on line database. 2. COMPUTING to put instructions into a computer in a form that… …   Financial and business terms

  • Compile — Com*pile , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Compiled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Compiling}.] [F. compiler, fr.L. compilare to plunder, pillage; com + pilare to plunder. See {Pill}, v. t., Pillage.] 1. To put together; to construct; to build. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Compile — may refer to: Compile (software company), a Japanese video game company founded in 1983 (now defunct) that specialized in shoot em up and computer puzzle game genres Compiler, a computer program (or set of programs) that translates source code… …   Wikipedia

  • compile — early 14c., from O.Fr. compiler compile, collect (13c.), from L. compilare to plunder, rob, probably originally bundle together, heap up; hence to pack up and take off, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + pilare to compress, ram down.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • compile — I verb accumulate, agglomerate, aggregate, amass, anthologize, arrange, arrange materials for publication, assemble, bring together, bunch, bunch together, cluster, collect, combine, componere, compose, conglomerate, cull, cumulate, draw together …   Law dictionary

  • Compile —   [engl.], kompilieren (Compiler) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • compilé — compilé, ée (kon pi lé, lée) part. passé. Des documents compilés sans choix …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • compile — *edit, revise, redact, rewrite, adapt …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • compile — [v] assemble, accumulate abridge, amass, anthologize, arrange, assemble, bring together, collate, collect, colligate, collocate, compose, concentrate, congregate, consolidate, cull, draw together, edit, garner, gather, get together, glean, group …   New thesaurus

  • compilé — Compilé, [compil]ée. part …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française