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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsistcon‧sist /kənˈsɪst/ ●●● W3 AWL verb   consist in something consist of something→ See Verb table
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consistLater tombs here have no tumulus above but consist of a single large room cut into the stone.Substrate can consist of fine gravel, aquarium sand or powdered lava.Assuming voluntary labour in sport to consist of half manual and half professional work gives an average value per hour of £10.38.To start with, nearly all the warning patterns consist of pale bands or light patches against black backgrounds.The household may now consist of several teenagers or an elderly relative.This might consist of: special in-house courses, attendance at outside professional courses, plus evening college lectures and private study.Ideally the netting team should consist of three people.If supplied, each entry must consist of two parts.
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Verb table
Simple Form
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it, theyconsisted
Present perfect
theyhave consisted
ithas consisted
Past perfect
it, theyhad consisted
it, theywill consist
Future perfect
it, theywill have consisted
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