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construct meaning

[ kən'strʌkt ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "construct""construct" in a sentence
  • Verb: construct  kun'strúkt
    1. Make by combining materials and parts
      "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer"
      - build, make 
    2. Put together out of artificial or natural components or parts
      - manufacture, fabricate 
    3. Draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions
      "construct an equilateral triangle" 
    4. Create by linking linguistic units
      "construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph" 
    5. Create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts
      "construct a proof"; "construct an argument" 
    6. Reassemble mentally
      - reconstruct, retrace
    Noun: construct  kónstrúkt
    1. An abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
      - concept, conception

    Derived forms: constructs, constructing, constructed

    See also: construction, constructor

    Type of: conjecture, create, create by mental act, create mentally, delineate, describe, draw, hypothecate, hypothesise [Brit], hypothesize, idea, line, make, speculate, suppose, theorise [Brit], theorize, thought, trace

    Encyclopedia: Construct

  • [Business]
    verb [+ obj]

    1 construct sth (from/out of/of sth) (often be constructed)

    to build or make sth large, such as a road, building or machine:

    The building was constructed in 1972.

    The frame is constructed from steel and plastic.

    a newly constructed hotel

    BUILD verb (1)


    to create sth by putting different things or parts together:

    I've constructed my own homepage on the Web.

    a carefully constructed letter

    to construct a portfolio of investments

    BUILD verb (2)


  • [Electronics]
    A source (user’s) computer program statement that, when implemented, produces a predetermined effect.

  • [Medicine]
    n : something constructed esp. by mental synthesis ‹form a construct of a physical object by mentally assembling and integrating sense-data›
  • It is simple to construct in moderate sizes.
  • The sidereal year is not used to construct a calendar.
  • Now he can construct a diagram.
  • We can construct many functions by assuming x=y.
  • We can construct the following sequence of identities.
  • It is required to construct an access bridge over a motorway.
  • I have not hesitated to construct arguments in its support.
  • construct a flow chart to make a robot cross a road.
  • There are a number of ways in which one can construct a triplet code.
  • I can construct bridges which are very light and strong and very portable.
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