made up of several parts or elements.
“this soup is one of those composite dishes which you gradually build up”
a thing made up of several parts or elements.
“the English legal system is a composite of legislation and judicial precedent”
combine (two or more images) to make a single picture, especially electronically.
“two pieces of footage depicting the halves of the ship were composited to give the impression of the full ship sinking into the water”
late Middle English (describing a number having more than one digit): via French from Latin compositus, past participle of componere ‘put together’.