Compiled [verb]

Definition of Compiled:

assemble, accumulate

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Sentence/Example of Compiled:

We’ll compile the suggestions and publish the list as we get closer to the holidays.

There are bound to be some, particularly because cases are skyrocketing — a million new cases nationwide in a week, according to data compiled by The Washington Post.

“We continue to move at the speed of science to compile all the data collected thus far and share with regulators around the world,” Pfizer chief executive Albert Bourla said in a statement.

The project is a volunteer effort to compile data from state health agencies.

To supplement these 5,400 pairs even further, the researchers compiled a second dataset of 20,000 pairs of scientific papers and their titles.

Vaccines are highly complex materials, compiled of various proteins and in need of near-perfect chemical balance to maintain the properties that make them effective.

To compile some of the newly assembled genomes, the team took DNA from bird tissue samples in 17 scientific collections from around the world.

The list, compiled from health department and liquor board reports, reflects actions taken by the departments.

On Tuesday, the country recorded more than 135,000 new infections, according to data compiled by The Washington Post, reaching a seven-day average of nearly 121,000 new cases.

More than a dozen states have hit new highs for hospitalizations this month, with many setting records again on Tuesday, according to figures compiled by The Washington Post.