concept, conception, construct(verb)
an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
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, 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
manufacture, fabricate, construct(verb)
put together out of artificial or natural components or parts
"the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; He manufactured a popular cereal"
draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions
"construct an equilateral triangle"
create by linking linguistic units
"construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph"
create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts
"construct a proof"; "construct an argument"
reconstruct, construct, retrace(verb)
"reconstruct the events of 20 years ago"
To build or form (something) by assembling parts.
We constructed the radio from spares.
Similarly, to build (a sentence or an argument) by arranging words or ideas.
A sentence may be constructed with a subject, verb and object.
To draw (a geometric figure) by following precise specifications and using geometric tools and techniques.
Construct a circle that touches each vertex of the given triangle.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Make is essentially causative; to the idea of cause all its various senses may be traced (compare synonyms for CAUSE). To make is to cause to exist, or to cause to exist in a certain form or in certain relations; the word thus includes the idea of create, as in Gen. i, 31, "And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good." Make includes also the idea of compose, constitute; as, the parts make up the whole. Similarly, to cause a voluntary agent to do a certain act is to make him do it, or compel him to do it, compel fixing the attention more on the process, make on the accomplished fact. Compare COMPEL; DO; INFLUENCE; (make better) AMEND; (make haste) QUICKEN; (make known) ANNOUNCE; AVOW; CONFESS; (make prisoner) ARREST; (make up) ADD; (make void) CANCEL.
See synonyms for ABOLISH; BREAK; DEMOLISH.
become, bring about, bring into being, bring to pass, cause, compel, compose, constitute, constrain, create, do, effect, establish, execute, fabricate, fashion, force, frame, get, make, make out, make up, manufacture, occasion, perform, reach, render, require, shape
Make of, out of, or from certain materials, into a certain form, for a certain purpose or person; made with hands, by hand; made by a prisoner, with a jack-knife.
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How to use construct in a sentence?
What Catalan society faces now is the concept of politics as a war by other means, we have a golden opportunity to design and construct a modern state which belongs to the 21st century, which is exemplary and able to defeat wrongdoing and corruption.
We expect oil sands producers to focus future investments in the coming years onto their most economic projects - which we expect to be expansions of existing facilities, expansions of existing facilities are better understood, quicker to first oil and lower cost to construct.
Saudi Arabia is the custodian of the two holiest sites in Islam, and it is there that we will begin to construct a new foundation of cooperation and support with our Muslim allies to combat extremism, terrorism and violence, and to embrace a more just and hopeful future for young Muslims in their countries, our task is not to dictate to others how to live, but to build a coalition of friends and partners who share the goal of fighting terrorism and bringing safety, opportunity and stability to the Middle East.
It may well be doubted whether human ingenuity can construct an enigma... which human ingenuity may not, by proper application, resolve.
We will construct temporary learning centers for schools because reconstruction of old buildings will take time.
Translations for construct
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- пабудаваць, канструяваць, сканструяваць, будавацьBelarusian
- строя, построявам, концепция, конструкция, градя, съставямBulgarian
- sestavit, sestrojit, konstruovatCzech
- bygge, konstruereDanish
- bauen, konstruierenGerman
- ehitama, koostamaEstonian
- سازه, ساختمان, ساختنPersian
- construire, constructionFrench
- מבנה, דגם, קומפוזיציה, קונסטרוקציה, הרכיב, מודל, בנהHebrew
- շինել, կառուցել, սարքելArmenian
- コンストラクト, 築く, 概念, 建設, 建てるJapanese
- konstruować, zbudować, budować, skonstruowaćPolish
- montar, constructo, construir, montagemPortuguese
- констру́кция, строить, сконструировать, построить, конструировать, составить, концепция, составлятьRussian
- збудувати, зконструювати, будувати, конструюватиUkrainian
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