build

bɪld

Перевод:

Verb: строить создавать основываться возводить
Noun: телосложение стать образование конструкция

Фразы:

birds build nests - птицы строят гнёзда

to build up / establish / launch a business - организовать компанию

to build up / condition / strengthen one's body - укреплять своё тело

to build / construct / erect a bridge - соорудить мост

heavy build - крепкое телосложение

slight / slim build - изящное, хрупкое телосложение

stocky build - коренастое телосложение

sturdy build - крепкое телосложение

to build out a nationwide network - создавать общенациональную сеть

to build up muscles - наращивать мускулы

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Примеры:

The clouds are building up. - Тучи собираются.

He has a slim build. - У него худощавое телосложение.

The house was built in the early 19th century. - Этот дом был построен в начале девятнадцатого века.

a man of average build - человек среднего телосложения

You have to build up trust. - Вы должны построить доверительные отношения /научиться доверять друг другу/.

Birds build nests by instinct. - Птицы строят гнёзда инстинктивно.

Detectives are trying to build up a picture of the kidnapper. - Сыщики пытаются составить фоторобот похитителя.

A district was built up with new blocks of flats. - Один из участков был застроен новыми домами.

The planes were built in Germany. - Самолёты были построены в Германии.

He is strong and muscular in build. - Он силён и крепко сложен.

The difficulties seem to be built in. - Кажется, заниматься этим делом и иметь массу проблем - одно и то же.

Use more bricks to build the wall up. - Возьми ещё кирпичей, чтобы построить эту стену.

The county plans to build a new road. - Власти округа планируют построить новую дорогу.

She's tall and has an athletic build. - Она высокая, атлетического телосложения.

The road took many years to build. - Строительство дороги продолжалось много лет.

I'm trying to build up my strength. - Я пытаюсь набраться сил.

Before bricks were invented, people built their houses out of wood. - До изобретения кирпичей люди сооружали свои дома из дерева.

You're a surprisingly strong swimmer for one of such a slight build. - Ты на удивление сильный пловец для человека такого хрупкого телосложения.

an athlete with a chunky build - атлет с коренастым телосложением

He built a model airplane from a kit. - Он построил модель самолета из комплекта.

In order to build your self esteem, set yourself targets you can reach. - Для того, чтобы поднять самооценку, ставьте перед собой достижимые цели.

a dog with a strong sturdy build - собака с сильным, крепким телосложением

They hewed logs to build a cabin. - Они нарубили брёвен, чтобы построить домик.

The bridge was built in the 1890s. - Мост был построен в девяностых годах девятнадцатого века.

Don't build your hopes up too much. - Не слишком-то на это надейся.

He wanted some acreage to build on. - Ему нужна была площадь для застройки.

New Yorkers build on a grand scale. - Жители Нью-Йорка строят с большим размахом.

They needed $3m to build the bridge. - Им нужно было три миллиона долларов на строительство моста.

Our hopes for peace are building up. - Наши надежды на мир, кажется, начинают реализовываться.

She's been busy building her career. - Она в последнее время с головой ушла в карьеру.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you build up something or if it builds up, it gradually becomes bigger, for example because more is added to it.

If you build up to something you want to do or say, you try to prepare people for it by starting to do it or introducing the subject gradually.

If you build up something or if it builds up, it gradually becomes bigger, for example because more is added to it.

If you build up to something you want to do or say, you try to prepare people for it by starting to do it or introducing the subject gradually.

Связанные термины:

build in: to incorporate or construct as an integral part

build up: If you build up something or if it builds up, it gradually becomes bigger, for example because more is added to it.

new build: the activity of building new houses and other buildings

build-down: a gradual decrease in nuclear weapons, armed forces, etc., esp. by an agreement in which a smaller number of newer weapons would replace older ones

build into: to make (something) a definite part of (a contract, agreement, etc)

jerry-build: to build (houses, flats, etc) badly using cheap materials

self-build: the practice of building one's own home

build bridges: to do something to help opposing groups of people to understand each other or behave well towards each other

build housing: You refer to the buildings in which people live as housing when you are talking about their standard, price, or availability.

custom-build: to make according to the specifications of an individual buyer

build a bomb: A bomb is a device which explodes and damages or destroys a large area.

build up to: If you build up to something you want to do or say, you try to prepare people for it by starting to do it or introducing the subject gradually.

build a career: A career is the job or profession that someone does for a long period of their life.

build a future: The future is the period of time that will come after the present, or the things that will happen then.

build a hotel: A hotel is a building where people stay, for example on holiday, paying for their rooms and meals .

build a prison: A prison is a building where criminals are kept as punishment or where people accused of a crime are kept before their trial .

build confidence: If you have confidence, you feel sure about your abilities, qualities, or ideas .

buildup: praise or favorable publicity, esp. when systematic and intended to make something popular, well-known, etc.

build a foundation: The foundation of something such as a belief or way of life is the things on which it is based.

build a hospital: A hospital is a place where people who are ill are looked after by nurses and doctors .

build a shelter: A shelter is a small building or covered place which is made to protect people from bad weather or danger .

build a relationship: The relationship between two people or groups is the way in which they feel and behave towards each other.

get/build your hopes up: If you tell someone not to get their hopes up, or not to build their hopes up, you are warning them that they should not become too confident of progress or success .

build up a head of steam: to gradually become more and more angry, anxious, or emotional about something until you can no longer hide your feelings

to build up a head of steam: to develop power

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Однокоренные слова:

build in - вделывать, вмуровывать
build on - пристраивать
build out - пристраивать
build over - застраивать, надстраивать, застраиваться
build up - наращивать, строить, укреплять, застраивать, собирать, воздвигать, обстраивать

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