NounComponent (plural Components)
- A smaller, self-contained part of a larger entity. Often refers to a manufactured object that is part of a larger device.
Component (not comparable)
- Making up a larger whole; as a component word.
- Made up of smaller complete units in combination; as a component stereo.
Adjectives for Component
Adverbs for Component
fundamentally; essentially; necessarily; indispensably; unavoidably; constitutionally; organically; vitally.
building block, capacitator, cathode, chemical element, circumstance, clock, constituent, contents, contingent, control relay, control resistor, converter, cross section, detachment, detail, division, dole, earth, effector, electrode, element, elementary, elementary particle, elementary unit, factor, feature, feedback amplifier, filament, fire, fixings, formative, fraction, fundamental particle, generator, grid, hyle, hypostasis, inductor, ingredient, installment, integral, integrant, item, magnetic relay, makings, material, material world, materiality, matter, meter relay, modulator, molecule, monad, natural world, nature, oscillator, parcel, part, part and parcel, particular, percentage, photocathode, physical world, plate, plenum, portion, pressure transducer, quadrant, quarter, quota, random sample, reactor, regenerator, relay, reluctance amplifier, remainder, resistor, sample, sampling, section, sector, segment, servo amplifier, share, specialty, stuff, subdivision, subgroup, subspecies, substance, substratum, the four elements, thermal timing relay, transducer, transmitter, trigatron, unit of being, water
- Present participle of compondre.
- third-person plural future active indicative of componō
Italian componente, Latin componens
Component m. and n.
Component m. n.