build

build
I [bɪld]
nome

of average build — di corporatura media

he is slender in build — è di corporatura snella

II 1. [bɪld]
verbo transitivo (pass., p.pass. built)
1) (construct) costruire [factory, church, railway]; erigere [monument]

to build an extension onto a house — ampliare una casa

2) (assemble) costruire, assemblare [engine, ship]
3) inform. sviluppare [software]; creare [interface]
4) (establish) costruire [career, future]; instaurare [relationship]; fondare, costruire [empire]; favorire [prosperity]; costituire, formare [team]

to build one's hopes on sth. — riporre le proprie speranze in qcs

5) costruire [sequence, set, word] (anche gioc.)
2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., p.pass. built)
1) (construct) costruire
2) fig. (use as a foundation)

to build on — basarsi o fondarsi su [popularity, success]

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[bild] 1. past tense, past participle - built; verb
(to form or construct from parts: build a house/railway/bookcase.) costruire
2. noun
(physical form: a man of heavy build.) forma; corporatura
- building
- building society
- built-in
- built-up
- build up
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build /bɪld/
n. [cu]
1 (di persona) corporatura; fisico: sturdy build, corporatura robusta; powerful build, fisico possente; solid build, corporatura forte (o massiccia); athletic build, fisico atletico; slender build, corporatura esile
2 (spec. di veicolo) struttura; linea.
♦ (to) build /bɪld/
(pass. e p. p. built)
A v. t.
1 costruire; edificare; erigere: to build new schools, costruire nuove scuole; to build a road, costruire (o fare) una strada; to build a ship, costruire una nave; to build a wall, costruire (o erigere) un muro; A swallow has built its nest under my roof, una rondine ha fatto il nido sotto il mio tetto
2 (mecc.) fabbricare; assemblare: to build a car, fabbricare un'automobile
3 creare; costruire; formare; sviluppare: to build a business, creare un'azienda; metter su un'impresa; to build confidence, creare fiducia; to build a relationship, sviluppare una relazione; to build an army, creare un esercito
4 ► to build up, A def. 3
5 (comput.) compilare (un programma); creare (un database, ecc.)
6 to build on (o upon) basare su; fondare su: to build a theory on facts, basare una teoria sui fatti; to build all one's hopes on st., fondare o (riporre) ogni speranza in qc.
7 to build on (o upon), fare affidamento, contare su (qc.)
B v. i.
1 costruire: They are building in this district, costruiscono in questo quartiere
2 (di uccello) nidificare
3 ► to build up, B def. 2
4 to build on (o upon), basarsi su; far tesoro di (conoscenze, esperienza, ecc.)
● (fig.) to build bridges ► bridge (1) □ (fig.) to build on sand, costruire sulla sabbia.
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I [bɪld]
nome

of average build — di corporatura media

he is slender in build — è di corporatura snella

II 1. [bɪld]
verbo transitivo (pass., p.pass. built)
1) (construct) costruire [factory, church, railway]; erigere [monument]

to build an extension onto a house — ampliare una casa

2) (assemble) costruire, assemblare [engine, ship]
3) inform. sviluppare [software]; creare [interface]
4) (establish) costruire [career, future]; instaurare [relationship]; fondare, costruire [empire]; favorire [prosperity]; costituire, formare [team]

to build one's hopes on sth. — riporre le proprie speranze in qcs

5) costruire [sequence, set, word] (anche gioc.)
2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., p.pass. built)
1) (construct) costruire
2) fig. (use as a foundation)

to build on — basarsi o fondarsi su [popularity, success]


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