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  • The houses were built to almost full scale after previously being three-quarter size.
  • This was a large and well-built country house, initially hidden in trees.
  • During the 1980s new staff buildings were built close to the castle.
  • It will take three hundred years to build a new tradition.
  • Each built on the ideas of those before concerning what those principles might be.
  • The original design was to include a private art gallery, but this was never built.
  • Concrete was added on top to build the surface up level with the road.
  • A stone structure was later built over the location.
  • The company sees films as a way to build sales for its video games.
  • Wood would cost very little and was quick to build, but was weak.
  • He had new roads built and pushed to keep roads in good condition.
  • Parts of this were built, but it was ultimately never completed.
  • It is not known whether he attempted to build it.
  • He was voted best built man of Europe, which made him famous.
  • In this way, the content of such written works was constantly added to and built upon.
  • Under the treaty Germany could only build new ships to replace old ones.
  • A number of power line crossings have also been built across the river.
  • It can be built into a new building or used to replace an existing roof.
  • The same year, extensive work began to build the present Castle.
  • The nest is built out of branches, usually in large trees found near water.
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Meaning of build

  • verb Build or establish something abstract
    build a reputation
  • verb Improve the cleansing action of
    build detergents
  • verb Order, supervise, or finance the construction of
    The government is building new schools in this state
  • verb Give form to, according to a plan
    build a modern nation, build a million-dollar business
  • verb Be engaged in building
    These architects build in interesting and new styles
  • verb Found or ground
    build a defense on nothing but the accused person's reputation
  • verb Develop and grow
    Suspense was building right from the beginning of the opera