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komposisyon [kum.pu.sis.yun.] : composition (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: composicin: composition ]

Derivatives of komposisyon


Glosses:
composition
n. (attribute)1. composing, compositionthe spatial property resulting from the arrangement of parts in relation to each other and to the whole.; "harmonious composition is essential in a serious work of art"
~ placement, arrangementthe spatial property of the way in which something is placed.; "the arrangement of the furniture"; "the placement of the chairs"
n. (attribute)2. composition, constitution, make-up, makeup, physical compositionthe way in which someone or something is composed.
~ propertya basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class.; "a study of the physical properties of atomic particles"
~ structurethe manner of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts.; "artists must study the structure of the human body"; "the structure of the benzene molecule"
~ phenotypewhat an organism looks like as a consequence of the interaction of its genotype and the environment.
~ genetic constitution, genotypethe particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism.
~ texture, grainthe physical composition of something (especially with respect to the size and shape of the small constituents of a substance).; "breadfruit has the same texture as bread"; "sand of a fine grain"; "fish with a delicate flavor and texture"; "a stone of coarse grain"
~ karyotypethe appearance of the chromosomal makeup of a somatic cell in an individual or species (including the number and arrangement and size and structure of the chromosomes).
n. (substance)3. compositiona mixture of ingredients.
~ mixture(chemistry) a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together (not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding).
~ pasteany mixture of a soft and malleable consistency.
~ ambrosia, beebreada mixture of nectar and pollen prepared by worker bees and fed to larvae.
~ composta mixture of decaying vegetation and manure; used as a fertilizer.
~ soupany composition having a consistency suggestive of soup.
n. (communication)4. composition, musical composition, opus, piece, piece of musica musical work that has been created.; "the composition is written in four movements"
~ morceaua short literary or musical composition.
~ sheet musica musical composition in printed or written form.; "she turned the pages of the music as he played"
~ musican artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner.
~ musical arrangement, arrangementa piece of music that has been adapted for performance by a particular set of voices or instruments.
~ realisation, realizationa musical composition that has been completed or enriched by someone other than the composer.
~ coda, finalethe closing section of a musical composition.
~ intermezzoa short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between acts of a drama or opera.
~ allegroa musical composition or musical passage to be performed quickly in a brisk lively manner.
~ allegrettoa musical composition or musical passage to be performed at a somewhat quicker tempo than andante but not as fast as allegro.
~ andantea musical composition or musical passage to be performed moderately slow.
~ introita composition of vocal music that is appropriate for opening church services.
~ soloa musical composition for one voice or instrument (with or without accompaniment).
~ duette, duet, duoa musical composition for two performers.
~ trioa musical composition for three performers.
~ quartette, quarteta musical composition for four performers.
~ quintet, quintettea musical composition for five performers.
~ sextet, sestet, sextettea musical composition written for six performers.
~ septette, septeta musical composition written for seven performers.
~ octette, octeta musical composition written for eight performers.
~ bagatellea light piece of music for piano.
~ divertimento, serenadea musical composition in several movements; has no fixed form.
~ canona contrapuntal piece of music in which a melody in one part is imitated exactly in other parts.
~ etudea short composition for a solo instrument; intended as an exercise or to demonstrate technical virtuosity.
~ idyl, pastoral, pastorale, idylla musical composition that evokes rural life.
~ toccataa baroque musical composition (usually for a keyboard instrument) with full chords and rapid elaborate runs in a rhythmically free style.
~ fantasiaa musical composition of a free form usually incorporating several familiar themes.
~ musical passage, passagea short section of a musical composition.
~ movementa major self-contained part of a symphony or sonata.; "the second movement is slow and melodic"
~ largo(music) a composition or passage that is to be performed in a slow and dignified manner.
~ larghetto(music) a composition or passage played in a slow tempo slightly faster than largo but slower than adagio.
~ suitea musical composition of several movements only loosely connected.
~ symphonic poem, tone poeman orchestral composition based on literature or folk tales.
~ medley, pastiche, potpourria musical composition consisting of a series of songs or other musical pieces from various sources.
~ nocturne, notturnoa pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano).
~ adagio(music) a composition played in adagio tempo (slowly and gracefully).; "they played the adagio too quickly"
~ song, vocala short musical composition with words.; "a successful musical must have at least three good songs"
~ studya composition intended to develop one aspect of the performer's technique.; "a study in spiccato bowing"
~ capriccioan instrumental composition that doesn't adhere to rules for any specific musical form and is played with improvisation.
~ motetan unaccompanied choral composition with sacred lyrics; intended to be sung as part of a church service; originated in the 13th century.
~ program music, programme musicmusical compositions intended to evoke images or remind the listener of events.
~ incidental musicmusic composed to accompany the action of a drama or to fill intervals between scenes.
n. (act)5. composing, compositionmusical creation.
~ creating by mental actsthe act of creating something by thinking.
~ arranging, transcription, arrangementthe act of arranging and adapting a piece of music.
~ realisation, realizationthe completion or enrichment of a piece of music left sparsely notated by a composer.
~ recapitulation(music) the repetition of themes introduced earlier (especially when one is composing the final part of a movement).
n. (act)6. authorship, composition, penning, writingthe act of creating written works.; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
~ verbal creationcreating something by the use of speech and language.
~ adoxographyfine writing in praise of trivial or base subjects.; "Elizabethan schoolboys were taught adoxography, the art of eruditely praising worthless things"; "adoxography is particularly useful to lawyers"
~ draftingwriting a first version to be filled out and polished later.
~ dramatisation, dramatizationconversion into dramatic form.; "the play was a dramatization of a short story"
~ fabrication, fictionalisation, fictionalizationwriting in a fictional form.
~ historiographythe writing of history.
~ metrificationwriting a metrical composition (or the metrical structure of a composition).
~ novelisation, novelizationconverting something into the form of a novel.
~ redactionthe act of putting something in writing.
~ lexicographythe act of writing dictionaries.
~ versificationthe art or practice of writing verse.
~ indite, pen, write, composeproduce a literary work.; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
~ write about, write of, write onwrite about a particular topic.; "Snow wrote about China"
~ profilewrite about.; "The author of this article profiles a famous painter"
~ paragraphwrite paragraphs; work as a paragrapher.
~ dash off, fling off, scratch off, toss off, knock offwrite quickly.; "She dashed off a note to her husband saying she would not be home for supper"; "He scratched off a thank-you note to the hostess"
~ rewriterewrite so as to make fit to suit a new or different purpose.; "re-write a play for use in schools"
~ write copywrite for commercial publications.; "She writes copy for Harper's Bazaar"
~ dramatise, dramatize, adoptput into dramatic form.; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
~ draft, outlinedraw up an outline or sketch for something.; "draft a speech"
~ authorbe the author of.; "She authored this play"
~ co-authorbe a co-author on (a book, a paper).
~ ghostwrite, ghostwrite for someone else.; "How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
~ annotate, footnoteadd explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments.; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel"
~ reference, citerefer to.; "he referenced his colleagues' work"
~ write out, write upput into writing; write in complete form.; "write out a contract"
~ scriptwrite a script for.; "The playwright scripted the movie"
n. (communication)7. composition, typographyart and technique of printing with movable type.
~ printing process, printingreproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication.
n. (communication)8. composition, paper, report, themean essay (especially one written as an assignment).; "he got an A on his composition"
~ essayan analytic or interpretive literary composition.
~ term papera composition intended to indicate a student's progress during a school term.
n. (artifact)9. compositionsomething that is created by arranging several things to form a unified whole.; "he envied the composition of their faculty"
~ creationan artifact that has been brought into existence by someone.
~ paste-upa composition of flat objects pasted on a board or other backing.; "they showed him a paste-up of the book jacket"