build

build [bɪld]
1. n
1) телосложе́ние
2) констру́кция; фо́рма; стиль
3) текст. образова́ние (поча́тка)
2. v (built)
1) стро́ить, сооружа́ть;

to build a fire разводи́ть ого́нь или костёр

2) создава́ть;

to build plans стро́ить пла́ны

3) вить (гнёзда)
4) осно́вываться, полага́ться (on)
build in, build into вде́лывать, вмуро́вывать (в стену);
build on пристра́ивать;
build up
а) воздвига́ть; постепе́нно создава́ть, стро́ить;
б) укрепля́ть (здоровье);
в) закла́дывать кирпичо́м (окно, дверь);
г) застра́ивать;

to build up a district застро́ить райо́н

;

to build up with new blocks of flats застро́ить но́выми дома́ми

;
д) монти́ровать (машину);
е) нара́щивать, накопля́ть;
ж) широко́ реклами́ровать;
build upon осно́вывать на чём-л.; рассчи́тывать на что-л.

Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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