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constitute

verb /ˈkonstitjuːt/
(formal) to form; to make up; to be
constituir
Nuclear waste constitutes a serious danger.
constitution noun a set of rules governing an organization; the supreme laws and rights of a country’s people etc
constitución
the Constitution of the United States of America.
physical characteristics, health etc
constitución
He has a strong constitution.
constitutional adjective legal according to a given constitution
constitucional
The proposed change would not be constitutional.
constitutionally adverb
constitucionalmente
The death penalty is constitutionally legal in the United States.
Translations of “constitute”
in French constituer…
in German bilden…
in Chinese (Traditional) 被視作, 是, 被看作,被視爲…
in Russian являться, представлять собой…
in Turkish oluşturmak, teşkil etmek, olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被视作, 是, 被看作,被视为…
in Polish stanowić…
(Definition of constitute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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