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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
build (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to form by ordering and uniting materials by gradual means into a composite whole - construct
2.
to cause to be constructed
3.
to develop according to a systematic plan, by a definite process, or on a particular base
4.
intransitive verb
- increase enlarge
1.
to engage in - building
2.
a) to progress toward a peak (as of intensity) - build to a climax
b) to develop in extent - a crowd building
build (noun)
form or mode of structure - make , especially bodily conformation of a person or animal
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
build (noun)
the type of body that a person has
SYNONIMS:
build, constitution, figure, form, frame, habit, shape
RELATED WORDS:
anatomy, structure
build (verb)
to form by putting together parts or materials
SYNONIMS:
assemble, confect, construct, erect, fabricate, make, make up, piece, put up, raise, rear, set up
RELATED WORDS:
carpenter, fashion, forge, frame, hammer, handcraft, manufacture, mold, produce, shape; prefabricate; begin, coin, create, generate, inaugurate, initiate, innovate, invent, originate; constitute, establish, father, found, institute, organize; conceive, concoct, contrive, cook (up), design, devise, imagine, think (up); reassemble, rebuild, reconstruct, redevelop, reedify [], retrofit; jerry-build, rig (up), throw up; combine, unite
put together
NEAR ANTONYMS:
demolish, destroy, devastate, flatten, level, pull down, pulverize, raze, ruin, ruinate, shatter, smash, wreck; blow up, explode; detach, disengage; disconnect, disjoin, disunite, divide, separate
demount, disassemble, dismantle, dismember, knock down, strike, take down, tear down
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