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construction

noun
 
 
/kənˈstrʌkʃən/
BUILDING WORK [U] B2 the work of building houses, offices, bridges, etc
строительство
railway construction construction workConstruction work and workers
LARGE BUILDING [C] B2 something large that is built
конструкция
a large steel constructionBuildings in generalShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafes
WORDS [C] B2 The construction of a sentence or phrase is the way the words are arranged.
построение
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Translations of “construction”
in Korean 건설, 건축물…
in Arabic بِناء…
in Portuguese construção, edificação, prédio…
in Catalan construcció…
in Japanese 建設(作業), 建造物…
in Italian costruzione…
in Turkish inşa etme, yapma, kurma…
in Polish budowa, budowla, konstrukcja…
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