build

build
bild
1. past tense, past participle - built; verb
(to form or construct from parts: build a house/railway/bookcase.) construir

2. noun
(physical form: a man of heavy build.) constitución, complexión
- building
- building society
- built-in
- built-up
- build up

build1 n constitución / complexión
a woman of slim build una mujer de complexión delgada
build2 vb construir / hacer
they're building a new cinema están construyendo un nuevo cine
the church is built of stone la iglesia es de piedra
El pasado y participio pasado de build es built
build
tr[bɪld]
noun
1 (physique) constitución nombre femenino, complexión nombre femenino
a strong build una complexión fuerte
transitive verb (pt & pp built tr[bilt] )
1 (car, ship etc) construir; (house, block of flats etc) construir, edificar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to build up one's hopes hacerse ilusiones
build ['bɪld] v, built ['bɪlt] ; building vt
1) construct: construir, edificar, ensamblar, levantar
2) develop: desarrollar, elaborar, forjar
3) increase: incrementar, aumentar
build vi
to build up : aumentar, intensificar
build n
physique: físico m, complexión f
build
n.
estructura s.f.
fachada s.f.
tipo s.m.
v.
(§ p.,p.p.: built) = construir v.
desarrollar v.
edificar v.
erigir v.
fabricar v.
fundar v.
levantar v.
obrar v.

I
1. bɪld
(past & past p built) transitive verb \<\<house\>\> construir*, edificar*, hacer*; \<\<bridge/road/ship\>\> construir*; \<\<wall\>\> construir*, levantar, hacer*; \<\<fire/nest\>\> hacer*; \<\<career\>\> forjarse; \<\<empire\>\> levantar, construir*

2.
vi
a) (erect buildings) edificar*
b) (increase) \<\<tension/pressure\>\> aumentar
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun complexión f

with a slim build — de complexión delgada

the build of a swimmer — el físico de un nadador

[bɪld] (vb: pt, pp built)
1.
N (=physique) figura f , tipo m

of powerful build — fornido

2. VT
1) [+ house] construir, hacer; [+ ship] construir; [+ nest] hacer; [+ fire] preparar

to build a mirror into a wall — empotrar un espejo en la pared

a house built into the hillside — una casa construida en la ladera

this car wasn't built for speed — este coche no está hecho para correr

built to last — hecho para durar

castle
2) (fig) [+ empire, organization] levantar; [+ relationship] establecer; [+ trust, confidence] cimentar; [+ self-confidence] desarrollar; [+ words, sequence] formar
3. VI
1) (Constr) edificar, construir
2) (=increase) [pressure, sound, speed] aumentar; [excitement] crecer
* * *

I
1. [bɪld]
(past & past p built) transitive verb \<\<house\>\> construir*, edificar*, hacer*; \<\<bridge/road/ship\>\> construir*; \<\<wall\>\> construir*, levantar, hacer*; \<\<fire/nest\>\> hacer*; \<\<career\>\> forjarse; \<\<empire\>\> levantar, construir*

2.
vi
a) (erect buildings) edificar*
b) (increase) \<\<tension/pressure\>\> aumentar
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun complexión f

with a slim build — de complexión delgada

the build of a swimmer — el físico de un nadador


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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