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build

verb
 
 
/bɪld/ ( past tense and past participle built)
MAKE [I, T] A2 to make something by putting materials and parts together
строить
build a house/wall The bridge is built of steel and aluminium.Construction work and workers
DEVELOP [T] to create and develop something over a long time
создавать
They have built a solid friendship over the years.Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflatingMaking progress and advancingBecoming better
Translations of “build”
in Arabic يَبْني, يُشَيِّد…
in Korean 건축하다, (건물을) 짓다…
in Malaysian bina…
in French bâtir, construire…
in Turkish inşa etmek, yapmak, kurmak…
in Italian costruire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建造,修建, 建立, 發展…
in Polish budować…
in Vietnamese xây dựng…
in Spanish construir…
in Portuguese construir, edificar, erigir…
in Thai สร้าง…
in German bauen…
in Catalan construir…
in Japanese ~を建てる, 建築する…
in Indonesian membangun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建造,修建, 建立, 发展…
(Definition of build verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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