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"Build Meaning In Bengali"

Build (verb) - নির্মাণ করা

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Build Meaning in Bengali. Build শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Build meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Build".

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Build বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Build in English? What does Build mean? What is another word for Build? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: build, build a fire under, build castles air, build castles in air, build fire under, build in, build on, build overnight, build up, build up on,

Build Example in a sentence

Build Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for build

An' all the people who helped to make all them things you used to build with, they're all here too.

He'd build it for the farmer and have some business sense about it.

He gives them, later, just earth enough to build a house on.

If you wanted to build a house, of what should you build it?

Is that the force that is to build the future and fashion the city of our dreams?

Can you tell me, Achang, why they build their houses on piles in this country?

The first thing must be to build a ship from 95 to 100 yards in length.

How much does it cost to build one of these houses, Mr. Frôler?

We close our windows in the winter and build a fire; they do the same.

How long will it take you to build a wall that will go round our City?

Build History and Origin

History of: Build

Word Origin & History

build late O.E. byldan "construct a house," verb form of bold "house," from P.Gmc. *buthlam (cf. O.Fris. bodel "building, house"), from PIE *bhu- "to dwell," from base *bheue- "to be, exist, grow." Rare in O.E.; in M.E. it won out over more common O.E. timbran. Modern spelling is unexplained.

Build Synonyms

frame physique body constitution figure habit habitus conformation shape

Build Definition

verb (used with object), built or (Archaic) builded; building.
1.
to construct (especially something complex) by assembling and joining parts or materials:
to build a house.
2.
to establish, increase, or strengthen (often followed by up):
to build a business; to build up one's hopes.
3.
to mold, form, or create:
to build boys into men.
4.
to base; found:
a relationship built on trust.
5.
Games.
  1. to make (words) from letters.
  2. to assemble (cards) according to number, suit, etc., as in melding.
verb (used without object), built or (Archaic) builded; building.
6.
to engage in the art, practice, or business of building.
7.
to form or construct a plan, system of thought, etc. (usually followed by on or upon):
He built on the philosophies of the past.
8.
to increase or develop toward a maximum, as of intensity, tempo, or magnitude (often followed by up):
The drama builds steadily toward a climax.
noun
9.
the physical structure, especially of a person; physique; figure:
He had a strong build.
10.
the manner or form of construction:
The house was of modern build.
11.
Computers.
  1. a version of a program after compilation, typically an update to an existing version made before the program is released.
  2. the process of producing a software build.
  3. a new version or update of data in a database or on a website:
    frequent, incremental builds of data.
12.
Masonry.
  1. a vertical joint.
  2. the vertical dimension of a stone laid on its bed.
Verb phrases
13.
build in/into, to build or incorporate as part of something else:
to build in bookcases between the windows; an allowance for travel expenses built into the budget.
14.
build up,
  1. to develop or increase:
    to build up a bank account.
  2. to strengthen.
  3. to prepare in stages.
  4. to fill in with houses; develop into an urban area.
  5. to praise or flatter.

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