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  • 1 Build — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Build es un motor de juego para videojuegos de disparos en primera persona creado por Ken Silverman para 3D Realms. Al igual que en Doom, el motor Build representa su mundo en una malla bidimensional, utilizando… …

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  • 2 build — [bɪld] verb built PTandPP [bɪlt] [transitive] 1. MANUFACTURING to make or put together large things such as buildings, cars, ships, roads etc: • New offices are being built on the site. • No new ships are being built at the yard now …

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  • 3 build — vb Build, construct, erect, frame, raise, rear are comparable when they mean to form or fashion a structure or something comparable to a structure. Build strictly implies a fitting together of parts and materials to form something which may be… …

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  • 4 build — build; build·able; build·er; build·er up·per; build·ing; build·ing·less; un·build; re·build; up·build·er; …

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  • 5 build-up — build ups also buildup, build up 1) N COUNT: usu sing, oft N of n A build up is a gradual increase in something. There has been a build up of troops on both sides of the border... The disease can also cause a build up of pressure in the inner ear …

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  • 6 build — [bild] vt. built or Archaic builded, building [ME bilden < OE byldan, to build < base of bold, a house, akin to ON bua: see BONDAGE] 1. a) to make by putting together materials, parts, etc.; construct; erect b) to order, plan, or direct the …

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  • 7 build-up — n [C usually singular] 1.) an increase over a period of time build up of ▪ a heavy build up of traffic on the motorway 2.) a description of someone or something before an event in which you say they are very special or important ▪ The presenter… …

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  • 8 Build — (b[i^]ld), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Built} (b[i^]lt); p. pr. & vb. n. {Building}. The regular imp. & p. p. {Builded} is antiquated.] [OE. bulden, bilden, AS. byldan to build, fr. bold house; cf. Icel. b[=o]l farm, abode, Dan. bol small farm, OSw. bol …

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  • 9 build — [n] physical structure, form body, conformation, constitution, figure, frame, habit, habitus, physique, shape; concept 757 Ant. mind build [v1] construct structure assemble, bring about, carpenter, cast, compile, compose, contrive, engineer,… …

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  • 10 Build — Build, n. Form or mode of construction; general figure; make; as, the build of a ship; a great build on a man. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 build — ► VERB (past and past part. built) 1) construct by putting parts or materials together. 2) (often build up) increase in size or intensity over time. 3) (build on) use as a basis for further progress or development. 4) (build in/into) incorporate …

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  • 12 build up — {v.} 1. To make out of separate pieces or layers; construct from parts. * /Johnny built up a fort out of large balls of snow./ * /Lois built up a cake of three layers./ 2. To cover over or fill up with buildings. * /The fields where Tom s father… …

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  • 13 build up — {v.} 1. To make out of separate pieces or layers; construct from parts. * /Johnny built up a fort out of large balls of snow./ * /Lois built up a cake of three layers./ 2. To cover over or fill up with buildings. * /The fields where Tom s father… …

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  • 14 Build — (b[i^]ld), v. i. 1. To exercise the art, or practice the business, of building. [1913 Webster] 2. To rest or depend, as on a foundation; to ground one s self or one s hopes or opinions upon something deemed reliable; to rely; as, to build on the… …

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  • 15 Build — may refer to: *the process of building or construction *physical body stature, especially muscle size *Build engine, a first person shooter engine by 3D Realms *software build, a compiled version of software, or the process of producing it See… …

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  • 16 build up to — ˌbuild ˈup to [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they build up to he/she/it builds up to present participle building up to past tense …

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  • 17 build-up — UK US /ˈbɪldʌp/ noun [C or U] ► an increase in the amount of something over a period of time: »Environmentalists are urging industries to go green in order to reduce further build up of CO2 emissions …

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  • 18 build in — (something) to include a feature when something is being put together. You should build in some way to cancel the contract if things don t work out. Software developers built in a word processor …

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  • 19 build|ed — «BIHL dihd», verb. Archaic. built; a past tense and a past participle of build …

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  • 20 build — I (augment) verb add to, aggrandize, amplify, develop, elevate, enhance, enlarge, expand, extend, grow, heighten, increase, lift, magnify, make higher, make larger, parlay, pyramid, raise, rise, swell II (construct) verb achieve, assemble,… …

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