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consist of (something)

To be made up of (something). Your grade consists of several factors, such as homework, projects, and test scores.
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consist of someone or something

to include people or things; to be made up of people or things. This bread consists of flour, water, sugar, oil, and yeast. The U.S. Senate consists of two elected officials from each state.
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consist of

To have something as components; be made up of something: The English test consisted of four essays.
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The property consists of five two-story garden-style apartment buildings on two non-contiguous parcels that are one half mile apart and separated by a small creek.
The Banbury Award consists of $3,000, a plaque and $500 for travel expenses incurred to attend the awards ceremony.
The Sparks-Thomas Award consists of $4,000, a bronze medal, a plaque and $500 for travel expenses incurred to attend the award ceremony.
It consists of 2700 Naco mechanisms which, disposed over the whole length of the building, operate 18 000 adjustable glass blades.
Since the 1984 discovery of the first alloy with atoms arranged in a pattern having a symmetry forbidden by the usual rules of crystallography, scientists have debated whether such alloys belong to a special category of materials known as quasicrystals or instead consist simply of tiny, conventional crystals joined in unusual ways.