But not in the same language and/or less well integrated.
Example: mostly no popular language has flexible macros as tightly integrated in the language as Lisp has. Those who have macros, either have a different view on macros and/or have them as preprocessing steps.
You find very few languages with generic functions. There are lots of attempts to add them to languages like Java, but they are mostly experiments and not used.
Similar for Common Lisp exception handling mechanism. Very few language have that.
More direct influence languages like PERL6, Julia, R etc. look and feel very different from Common Lisp.
Even if you think language have features like Clojure has a REPL - but it lacks the Lisp interpreter, the integrated error handling, the break loops, ...
It's not the number of components, it's the integration. You can bolt wings to a ship, but the thing won't fly well.
Also we tend to prefer Perl 6 to be spelled with a non-breaking space before the 6. [U+A0]
Perl 6 has features from many sources, so it is indeed a departure from Lisp.