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Composite or compositing may refer to:
- Composite material, a material that is made from several different substances
- Alloy, a mixture of a metal and another element
- Mixture, the combination of several different substances without chemical reaction
- Composite particle, a particle which is made up of smaller particles
- Compositae or "composite family" of flowering plants
- Composite volcano, a layered conical volcano
- Composite number, a positive integer that has at least one factor other than one or itself.
- Compositing, combining of visual elements from separate sources into single images
- Composite pattern, a software design pattern used for computer programming
- Composite video, an analogue video signal format
- Composite portrait, an compositing of images such as faces to produce an Ideal type
- Composite card, a marketing tool for actors and models
- Composite character, a character in an adaptation of a work formed from two or more characters from the original work
- Composite order, in architecture, a type of capital on a column
- Compositing (democracy), the process of combining several motions into a composite motion
- Facial composite, an estimated likeness of a face made an eyewitness's description
- Composite (finance), a proxy for financial markets performance
- Railway carriage, with seating for more than one class of passenger
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