Detailed Translations for compose from English to Spanish


to compose verb (composes, composed, composing)

  1. to compose (build up; construct; build)
  2. to compose (set to music)
  3. to compose
  4. to compose
    – To create an object, such as an email message. 1

Conjugations for compose:

  1. compose
  2. compose
  3. composes
  4. compose
  5. compose
  6. compose
simple past
  1. composed
  2. composed
  3. composed
  4. composed
  5. composed
  6. composed
present perfect
  1. have composed
  2. have composed
  3. has composed
  4. have composed
  5. have composed
  6. have composed
past continuous
  1. was composing
  2. were composing
  3. was composing
  4. were composing
  5. were composing
  6. were composing
  1. shall compose
  2. will compose
  3. will compose
  4. shall compose
  5. will compose
  6. will compose
continuous present
  1. am composing
  2. are composing
  3. is composing
  4. are composing
  5. are composing
  6. are composing
  1. be composed
  2. be composed
  3. be composed
  4. be composed
  5. be composed
  6. be composed
  1. compose!
  2. let's compose!
  3. composed
  4. composing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for compose:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apostar betting; breaking into a song; bursting into a song; gambling; striking up of a song
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apostar compose add; administer; adopt; apply; avail oneself of; bet; bet on; employ; enforce; engage; gamble; implement; make use of; practice; practise; speculate; stake; take; take a chance; take a risk; use; utilise; utilize; wager
apostarse compose
armar compose arm; armor; armour; cause; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; invent; make; manufacture; prepare; reinforce; stretch; tighten
comerse compose attack; bear; bite into; consume; corrode; devour; eat; eat into; eat up; endure; erode; gulp down; nibble; nybble; spend; stand; sustain; swallow up; use; utilise; utilize
compilar compose bank; build; collect; compile; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; gather; invent; make; manufacture; prepare; put money in the bank; save; spare
componer compose; set to music bring about; bring down; bring forth; cause; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; generate; invent; make; manufacture; prepare; produce; set the tone; station; take down
confeccionar compose bring about; bring forth; cause; create; generate; produce
construir build; build up; compose; construct add; add new buildings; add on to; arrange; assemble; build; build on; build out; construct; erect; establish; expand; extend; fit; instal; install; lay; lay bricks; place; put together; raise; set up; swell; widen
consumir compose apply; bear; burn up; choose; consume; digest; dine; eat; eat up; employ; endure; feast upon; gorge; grab a bite; handle; have a meal; have dinner; have something to eat; make use of; munch; nibble; nybble; opt; practice; practise; process; quench; relieve; smoke; spend; spend money; spend on heating; stand; sustain; take; take something; tuck into; use; use drugs; use up; utilise; utilize
montar build; build up; compose; construct affix; arrange; assemble; attach; attach to; begin; bridge; catch; combine; conceptualise; conceptualize; connect; construct; create; design; drive; enter into; fasten; get in; instal; install; invent; join together; link; make; manufacture; merge; mount; prepare; ride; secure; seize; set up; snatch; sneak up on; start; take on; take unaware; tattle; twig; unite
musicar compose; set to music
poner en música compose; set to music
redactar compose edit; express; formulate; phrase; put into words; verbalise; verbalize; voice; word
- compile; draw up; frame; indite; pen; write
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- add components together

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Related Definitions for "compose":

  1. make up plans or basic details for2
  2. put together out of existing material2
  3. produce a literary work2
    • She composed a poem2
  4. write music2
    • Beethoven composed nine symphonies2
  5. calm (someone, especially oneself); make quiet2
    • She had to compose herself before she could reply to this terrible insult2
  6. form the substance of2
    • Greed and ambition composed his personality2
  7. To create an object, such as an email message.1

Wiktionary Translations for compose:

Cross Translation:
compose compilar; componer samenstellen — meerdere uitgekozen zaken tot een geheel maken
compose componer komponierenMusik, (transitiv) ein Musikstück erstellen
compose componer komponieren — (transitiv) (kunstvoll) aus Einzelteilen nach bestimmten Regeln zusammenstellen und anordnen
compose juntar; ensamblar assemblermettre ensemble.
compose componer; escribir composerformer un tout de l’assemblage de plusieurs parties, parler des choses physiques et des choses morales.
compose juntar; ayuntar; reunirse joindreapprocher deux choses l’une contre l’autre, en sorte qu’elles se toucher ou qu’elles se tenir.
compose redactar rédigermettre par écrit, en bon ordre, dans un style clair et convenable, des lois, des règlements, des décisions, des résolutions prises dans une assemblée, ou les matériaux d’un ouvrage, ou les idées fournir en commun pour quelque écrire
compose escribir écrire — Créer une représentation à l’aide de symboles