1 to make a book, list, record etc, using different pieces of information, music etc → compilation
The document was compiled by the Department of Health
compile something from/for something
The report was compiled from a survey of 5,000 households.
1 when a subject or event is reported on television or radio, or in newspapers media/press etc coverage
The allegations received widespread media coverage.
live coverage of the match (=the match is broadcast at the same time that it is happening)
2 American English the protection an insurance company gives you, so that it pays you money if you are injured, something is stolen etc
SYN cover British English
health care coverage
1 [intransitive, transitive] to give money, help, ideas etc
to something that a lot of other people are also involved in
City employees cannot contribute to political campaigns.
contribute something to/towards something
The volunteers contribute their own time to the project.
before an action or event; in advance. "rooms must be booked beforehand"
if something is applicable to a particular person, group, or situation, it affects them or is related to them
→ applicable to
The offer is only applicable to bookings for double rooms.
in a way that agrees with or follows (something, such as a rule or request)
In accordance with your request, I am sending a copy of my book.
His funeral will be private, in accordance with his wishes.