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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcompilecom‧pile /kəmˈpaɪl/ ●●○ AWL verb [transitive]  1 MAKEto make a book, list, record etc, using different pieces of information, music etccompilation The document was compiled by the Department of Healthcompile something from/for something The report was compiled from a survey of 5,000 households.2 TD technical to put a set of instructions into a computer in a form that it can understand and use→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
compileThey are compiling a dictionary of new words.Michael Atherton compiled a watchful 60 in the first innings.Together we compiled an article for publication.Government officials now compile and release statistics quarterly, not monthly.The book was compiled by a panel of experts, working in conjunction with the publisher.Most insurers and health-maintenance organizations compile formularies with committees of doctors and druggists.Having created a new routine it should be compiled in the normal way and then linked as described on in section 23.1.Their aim is to compile information which will send a frosty message to government environmental ministers.A.C. Nielsen Co. compiles the television ratings.If he compiled this piece of information himself we have the right to know how he did it.