physique, build, body-build, habitus(noun)
constitution of the human body
human body, physical body, material body, soma, build, figure, physique, anatomy, shape, bod, chassis, frame, form, flesh(verb)
alternative names for the body of a human being
"Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
framing, course, skeletal system, figure, flesh, pulp, frame, shape, variety, kind, conformation, figure of speech, image, chassis, physical body, trope, frame of reference, soma, haoma, human body, underframe, strain, contour, grade, systema skeletale, general anatomy, cast, form, mannikin, inning, physique, phase, mannequin, condition, skeleton, body-build, habitus, configuration, fig, variant, number, digit, class, pattern, bod, name, skeletal frame, signifier, embodiment, descriptor, manikin, public figure, sort, anatomy, word form, var., design, material body, manakin
construct, build, make(verb)
make by combining materials and parts
"this little pig made his house out of straw"; "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer"
earn, create, take in, pass water, piddle, relieve oneself, score, lay down, pull in, progress to, prepare, get, stool, build up, hit, arrive at, cook, cause, attain, fix, establish, seduce, ramp up, urinate, progress, puddle, reach, fabricate, have, pee-pee, pretend, shit, make, pee, get to, construct, throw, retrace, form, gain, micturate, take a shit, reconstruct, realise, work, do, give, crap, manufacture, induce, take a leak, hold, work up, make water, ca-ca, spend a penny, wee, produce, nominate, wee-wee, ready, piss, name, make believe, take a crap, draw, bring in, defecate, clear, constitute, take, realize, stimulate, make up
build up, work up, build, progress(verb)
form or accumulate steadily
"Resistance to the manager's plan built up quickly"; "Pressure is building up at the Indian-Pakistani border"
work out, fortify, get up, progress, come on, construct, go on, arm, come along, develop, move on, shape up, build up, pass on, march on, get along, advance, establish, gird, ramp up, get on, make, work up
build or establish something abstract
"build a reputation"
demonstrate, ground, progress, install, construct, found, plant, base, set up, ramp up, instal, launch, prove, give, institute, build up, show, shew, lay down, establish, make, work up, constitute
improve the cleansing action of
order, supervise, or finance the construction of
"The government is building new schools in this state"
give form to, according to a plan
"build a modern nation"; "build a million-dollar business"
be engaged in building
"These architects build in interesting and new styles"
found or ground
"build a defense on nothing but the accused person's reputation"
build up, work up, build, ramp up(verb)
bolster or strengthen
"We worked up courage"; "build up confidence"; "ramp up security in the airports"
develop and grow
"Suspense was building right from the beginning of the opera"
to form by combining materials or parts
Rugby players are of sturdy build.
to develop or give form to according to a plan or process
to increase or strengthen by adding gradually to
to establish a basis for
to form by combining materials or parts
to develop in magnitude or extent
English Synonyms and Antonyms
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List of paraphrases:
construct, building, construction, create, establish, strengthen, develop, constructing, built, forge, compilation, consolidate, creating, constructed, strengthening, erect, establishment, enhance, rely, compile, generate, reinforce, establishing, creation, rebuild, foster, capitalize, increase, promote
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How to use build in a sentence?
That’s the one thing we’ve seen, we’ve seen that build-up.
We expected them to buy food, given the emergency situation. But investing the money into businesses shows how very little resources can be used to build resilience among very poor communities.
They build advertising information out of data, more data for them presumably means more profit.
Announcing his inspection of the new submarine is also to build internal solidarity, to dispel people's concerns about national security, reassure them, and boost military morale.
It is like a punch in the gut to us, the drivers who helped build this company, that Tina Raveneau stood in court suing to block higher wages at the same time as they moved toward an IPO at a $ 23 billion valuation.
Translations for build
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- пабудаваць, будавацьBelarusian
- строя, градя, телосложениеBulgarian
- edificar, construirCatalan, Valencian
- stavět, budovat, vybudovat, sestavení, postavitCzech
- Körperbau, Bau, bauenGerman
- construir, edificarSpanish
- ruumiinrakenne, rakentaaFinnish
- carrure, construire, édifierFrench
- dèanamh, togScottish Gaelic
- շինել, սարքել, կառուցելArmenian
- bangun, diriIndonesian
- edificare, costruireItalian
- 建てる, 建設, 構築, 築くJapanese
- សង់, កសាងKhmer
- celt, veidotLatvian
- bouw, opbouwen, bouwenDutch
- budować, zbudowaćPolish
- construir, físicoPortuguese
- строить, построитьRussian
- градити, graditi, izgraditi, изградитиSerbo-Croatian
- budovať, vybudovaťSlovak
- hahaSouthern Sotho
- upprätta, bygga, stegra, kroppsbyggnad, grunda, anlägga, bygga upp, förfärdiga, uppföra, öka, skapa, forma, hopa, byggnad, uppresa, build, byggeSwedish
- inşa etmek, yapmakTurkish
- будувати, збудуватиUkrainian
- xây, xây dựngVietnamese
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