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constitute

Meaning: tr
kurmak, teşkil etmek, oluşturmak
Six members constitute the committee.
The human experience of text translation, with all its difficulty and its trial and error, constitutes an irreplaceable richness. The paths from one mental universe to another, the instructive journeys that flow from it and the gaps that one explores there must not be lost sight of, lest we thereby lose our humanity.
These things constitute a balanced meal.
A severed penis constitutes a solid piece of evidence for rape.
Any alteration to this certificate renders it invalid, and use of an altered certificate could constitute a criminal offence.
What constitutes a serious coffee addiction?
Americans constitute 5% of the world's population but consume 24% of the world's energy.
The higher classes constitute the mind of the single large whole of humanity; the lower classes constitute its limbs; the former are the thinking and designing part, the latter the executive part.
The shop, the advertisement, traffic, all that commerce which constitutes the body of our world, was gone.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
Added on 2015-11-04 | by m2gin | View: 509

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