construct

All Verb Noun
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  • But two such points can be constructed in the following way.
  • Many of these tracks have been removed and new access roads constructed.
  • Currently railway stations along the new railway are being constructed.
  • During this initial period of development, the campus plan was established and six buildings were constructed.
  • Anything constructed can then be taken apart again, and the pieces used to make other objects.
  • It is the most widely spoken constructed language in the world.
  • During the 1980s, none of the then constructed buildings reached higher than the existing buildings.
  • The stations were mostly of a common design and constructed from standard components.
  • Roman bridges were so well constructed that many are in use today.
  • It was by far the longest railway ever constructed at the time.
  • The new airport will be constructed with financial assistance from the United States.
  • The building was originally constructed as a movie set, but was later adapted into a church.
  • In some cases, long tunnels were constructed to carry water into the city.
  • As in other cities, many new ecclesiastical buildings were constructed at this time.
  • An English soldier also constructed a small cross which she put in the front of her dress.
  • It could be used as the road, or additional layers could be constructed.
  • There is no special construct, since the while function can be used for this.
  • He later found the experience of great use in constructing his models.
  • This was the only sea route before the canal was constructed, and when the canal was closed.
  • The former is often called free state, the latter construct state.
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Meaning of construct

  • verb Make by combining materials and parts
    this little pig made his house out of straw, Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer
  • verb Draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions
    construct an equilateral triangle
  • verb Create by linking linguistic units
    construct a sentence, construct a paragraph
  • verb Create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts
    construct a proof, construct an argument