Compile [verb]

Definition of Compile:

assemble, accumulate

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Sentence/Example of Compile:

Like we did in 2018, FiveThirtyEight has been compiling a wealth of information, including gender, for every major-party candidate for Senate, House and governor this year.

People in Hong Kong are fearful their data will be compiled by Beijing, too.

Having secured the purchase of two national chains within the space of a week, Simon is estimated to part own approximately 400 stores in its own properties, according to data compiled by Green Street Advisors before the pandemic.

The system was first used to compile health statistics by the City of Baltimore, the US Office of the Surgeon General, and the New York Health Department—all opportunities probably secured with the help of Billings.

To that end, the team is looking forth to compile an entire 3D data set and workflow that would be made accessible to other researchers and students, for a more concerted effort on the future projects involving the grandeur of Pompeii.

To support those statements with adequate evidence I should have to compile a book four times as large as the present volume.

Not quite, if I may judge from such tables of comparative speed as I am able to compile from memories of my own experience.

No attempt has ever been made to compile a bibliography of selenium organic compounds.

Some idea, then, may be formed of the vast amount of labor and expense necessary to compile a work of this character.

Why doesn't some patient drudge of a privat dozent compile a dictionary of the stable-names of the great?