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build

noun [C]
 
 
/bɪld/
IT a computer program that is being developed: Developers are testing the latest build for errors.
PROPERTY a building that is being built or that has recently been built: To say that we can get every build in the biggest school building project right first time is not realistic. Prices for new builds fell 3%.
Translations of “build”
in Korean 체구…
in Arabic قوام…
in Portuguese constituição…
in Catalan complexió…
in Japanese 体格, 体型…
in Italian corporatura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身材,體形…
in Russian телосложение…
in Turkish vücut yapısı, ölçüsü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身材,体形…
in Polish budowa…
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