Meaning of COMPOSITION in English

COMPOSITION

noun

1 parts that form sth

ADJECTIVE

▪ overall

The overall ~ of the Senate was Democrats 57 and Republicans 43.

▪ internal

the character of the state and its internal ~

▪ exact , precise

▪ changing

the changing ~ of the workforce

▪ age , class , demographic , ethnic , family , gender , household , population , racial , social

the ethnic ~ of the region

▪ species

▪ chemical , mineralogical

VERB + COMPOSITION

▪ determine

elections to determine the ~ of the assembly

▪ analyse/analyze , measure , study

▪ alter , change

Irradiation changes the chemical ~ of a spice.

COMPOSITION + VERB

▪ change , differ

Has household ~ changed in the last decade?

PHRASES

▪ a change in the ~ of sth

2 piece of music

ADJECTIVE

▪ classical , instrumental , musical

▪ original

an original ~ by a popular young composer

VERB + COMPOSITION

▪ write

▪ perform , play

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ by

a ~ by John Cage

▪ ~ for

a ~ for violin and piano

3 art of writing music

VERB + COMPOSITION

▪ study

▪ teach

PHRASES

▪ a method of ~

4 piece of writing

ADJECTIVE

▪ literary , original , poetic , prose

VERB + COMPOSITION

▪ do , write

In the exam you will have to do a ~.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ on

a ~ on the effects of crime

5 work of art

ADJECTIVE

▪ abstract , figure , formal , pictorial

▪ original

▪ perfect

VERB + COMPOSITION

▪ create

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ by

a ~ by the sculptor, Bernt Notke

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