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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
construction (noun)
1.
the act or result of , interpreting, or explaining - construing
2.
a) the process, art, or manner of something - constructing , also a thing - constructed
b) the construction industry - working in construction
3.
the arrangement and connection of words or groups of words in a sentence syntactical arrangement
4.
a sculpture that is put together out of separate pieces of often disparate materials
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
construction (noun)
1.
something put together by arranging or connecting an array of parts
SYNONIMS:
erection, structure
RELATED WORDS:
arrangement, assembly; configuration, frame, framework, shell, skeleton; geography, geometry
construction (noun)
2.
a statement that makes something clear
SYNONIMS:
clarification, construction, elucidation, exegesis, explication, exposition, illumination, illustration, interpretation, road map
RELATED WORDS:
paraphrase, restatement, translation; annotation, comment, commentary, epexegesis, gloss; deciphering, decoding; disentanglement, unscrambling; analysis; edification, enlightenment; definition, meaning; demonstration, enactment; justification, rationale, rationalization, reasoning; caution, caveat, warning
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