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comprised

[ kuhm-prahyzd ]
/ kəmˈpraɪzd /
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adjective
included or contained: His write-up of the cancer experiment details the characteristics of all five cohorts and the comprised biopsy reports.
formed, put together, or constituted; made up of a number of different parts or individuals: These issues are to be addressed by the president of the college in consultation with the newly comprised committee.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of comprise.
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Idioms about comprised

    be comprised of. comprise (def. 4).

Origin of comprised

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