The act of constructing erecting or developing
- a structure which has had a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently within one spot
- the occupants of a building
- the commercial task involved with repairing old frameworks or building brand new people
- the act of constructing one thing
- of Build
- The work of constructing, erecting, or establishing.
- the skill of making edifices, or even the training of civil design.
- whatever is built; a fabric or edifice constructed, as a home, a chapel, etc.
framework or edifice erected by the hand of guy, consists of natural products, as stone or wood, and meant for use or convenience. Truesdell v. Gray, 13 Gray (Mass.) 311; State v. Moore, 61 Mo. 276; Clark v. State, 69 Wis. 203, 33 N. W. 436, 2 Am. St. Kep. 732.
"a structure," c.1300, spoken noun from create (v.).
1. Permanent or short-term framework enclosed within outside walls and a roofing, and including all connected equipment, gear, and fixtures that cannot be eliminated without cutting into roof, flooring, or walls. 2. Task by which a structure is manufactured from products, and that will be distinct from manufacturing, trading, transport, along with other tasks.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Build
- (letter.) The act of constructing, erecting, or establishing.
- (letter.) The skill of constructing edifices, or the rehearse of municipal structure.
- (n.) What is made; a fabric or edifice constructed, as a house, a church, etc.
Clubs, which are numerous, are chiefly found in the neighbourhood of Sackville Street; and there should further be mentioned the Rotunda, at the corner of Great Britain Street and Sackville Street, a beautiful building of its kind, belonging to the adjacent hospital, and used for concerts and other entertainments, while its gardens are used for agricultural shows.