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command a set of characters or symbols that constitute a direction for a computer to perform certain functions. [1/12 definitions]
complete to make whole or entire; add or constitute the final necessary part to (something). [1/6 definitions]
differentiate to indicate or constitute a difference between. [1/6 definitions]
element (pl.) the atmospheric conditions that constitute the weather. [1/6 definitions]
environment the set of things and conditions that constitute the sphere in which a particular type of organism lives and that have an impact on its physical growth and survival. [1/3 definitions]
ether formerly, the substance believed to constitute outer space, and to be the medium of electromagnetic waves, including light. [1/4 definitions]
form to be one, many, or all of the parts of; constitute. [1/15 definitions]
gear the ropes, blocks, and the like that constitute a sailing ship's rigging. [1/8 definitions]
gearbox the gears and housing that constitute a transmission, esp. of a motor vehicle.
make up to constitute or compose. [1/4 definitions]
number to constitute an amount or total. [1/18 definitions]
railroad the entire stock of trains, tracks, manpower, and equipment that constitute a rail transportation system. [1/5 definitions]
reconstitute to put together or constitute again. [1/2 definitions]
rhyme to constitute a rhyme. [1/9 definitions]
RR1 abbreviation of "railroad," the entire stock of trains, tracks, manpower, and equipment that constitute a rail transportation system. [1/2 definitions]
Ten Commandments according to the Old Testament, the ten laws handed down by God to Moses on Mount Sinai that constitute the fundamental code of moral responsibility for both Jews and Christians; Decalogue.
trappings things that constitute outward signs. [1/2 definitions]
vein one of a series of thin, branching vascular bundles or riblike lines that constitute the framework of a leaf or insect wing. [1/6 definitions]
verge to constitute the border or limit of. [1/6 definitions]
wind2 to follow or constitute a bending or turning course. [1/11 definitions]