A Composite Aggregation is used to depict an element that is made up of smaller components, typically in a Class or Package diagram. A component - or part instance - can be included in a maximum of one composition at a time. If a composition is deleted, usually all of its parts are deleted with it; however, a part can be individually removed from a composition without having to delete the entire composition. Compositions are transitive, asymmetric relationships and can be recursive.
See the example below.
OMG UML Specification
The OMG UML specification (UML Superstructure Specification, v2.1.1, p. 43) states:
Composite aggregation is a strong form of aggregation that requires a part instance be included in at most one composite at a time. If a composite is deleted, all of its parts are normally deleted with it.