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noun (BUILDING) 建築物     /kənˈstrʌk.ʃən/
[U] the work of building or making something, especially buildings, bridges, etc. 建造;構築;建設 She works in construction/in the construction industry. 她從事建築行業。 The bridge is a marvellous work of engineering and construction. 這座橋樑是工程學和建築業的傑作。 This website is currently under construction (= being created). 該網站目前正在創建中。 Construction work and workers
[U] the particular type of structure, materials, etc. that something has (某種)構造,結構 The bridge is of lightweight construction. 這座橋結構較輕。 Frames and structures
[C] a building 建築物 What's that concrete and metal construction over there? 那邊那座混凝土和金屬結構的建築物是甚麽? Buildings in generalShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafes
(Definition of construction noun (BUILDING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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