compost definition

  • noun:
    • A mixture of decaying natural matter, as from leaves and manure, used to enhance earth construction and offer nutrients.
    • A composition; a mixture.
    • The decayed keeps of natural matter that features rotted into a natural fertilizer
    • a mix; a compound.
    • A mixture for fertilizing land; esp., a composition of various substances (as muck, mildew, lime, and stable manure) completely mingled and decomposed, such as a compost heap.
    • a combination.
    • A mixed dish; a compote.
    • In farming, a mix or structure of varied manuring substances for fertilizing land.
    • A composition for plastering the exterior of houses. Usually called compo.
    • A computation or schedule of astronomical and ecclesiastical information.
    • a mixture of decaying plant life and manure; made use of as a fertilizer
    • a combination of decaying natural matter, as from leaves and manure, always improve soil framework and provide nutrients.
    • A composition; a mixture.
    • The decayed keeps of natural matter which has rotted into a normal fertilizer
    • a combination; a compound.
    • a combination for fertilizing land; esp., a composition of various substances (as muck, mildew, lime, and stable manure) thoroughly mingled and decomposed, as in a compost heap.
    • a combination.
    • A mixed meal; a compote.
    • In farming, a combination or composition of varied manuring substances for fertilizing land.
    • A composition for plastering the exterior of houses. Often called compo.
    • A computation or schedule of astronomical and ecclesiastical information.
    • an assortment of rotting plant life and manure; utilized as a fertilizer
  • verb-transitive:
    • To fertilize with a combination of rotting natural matter.
    • To convert (vegetable matter) to compost.
    • To manure with compost.
    • To socialize, as various fertilizing substances, in a mass where they will decompose and form into a compost.
    • To fertilize with an assortment of decaying organic matter.
    • to transform (vegetable matter) to compost.
    • To manure with compost.
    • To mingle, as different fertilizing substances, in a mass in which they decompose and develop into a compost.
  • verb:
    • to create compost, let natural matter decay into fertilizer
    • convert to compost
    • to make compost, let natural matter decay into fertilizer
    • convert to compost
  • others:
    • To manure with compost.
    • To plaster.
    • to make or convert into compost. See compost, n., 3.
    • To manure with compost.
    • To plaster.
    • to create or convert into compost. See compost, n., 3.

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