Synonym: build, create, form, make, manufacture. Antonym: demolish, destroy, ruin, smash. Similar words: construction, constructing, instruct, instructor, instruction, instructional, structure, structural. Meaning: [kən'strʌkt] n. an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances. v. 1. make by combining materials and parts 2. put together out of components or parts 3. draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions 4. create by linking linguistic units 5. create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts 6. reassemble mentally.

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1. Use your protractor to

*construct*an equilateral triangle.2. Students need the ability to

*construct*a logical argument.3. Let's

*construct*a square on this line.4. There are plans to

*construct*a new road bridge across the river.5. To acquire the habit of reading is to

*construct*for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life. W. Somerset Maugham6. Now they can

*construct*tunnel systems without hindrance.7. It is proverbially easier to destroy than to

*construct*.8. You must learn how to

*construct*a logical argument.9. Tutors can

*construct*tests appropriate to individual students' needs.10.

*Construct*a square with sides of 5cm.11. It's difficult to

*construct*a narrative out of a series of fast-moving events.12. The data will enable us to

*construct*a profile of the firm's customers.13. Police officers are trying to

*construct*the timescale of events leading up to the murder.14. Any attempt to

*construct*an ideal society is foredoomed to failure.15. There they

*construct*a small royal cell.16.

*Construct*a square with 2-inch-long sides.17. In other words, it is a social

*construct*.18. Pupils are required to

*construct*simple concept maps.19. One would

*construct*alternative scenarios, and brood about them.20. Is he able to

*construct*a coherent theory?21. The same is true of the

*construct*of normality.22. Through actions like these, children discover and

*construct*their knowledge of sand.23. A mental

*construct*arising from a misapprehension of the relationship between the crofter and his land.24. Such networks are relatively easy to

*construct*because they require fewer nodes and interconnects than other networks.25. His reputation as an eccentric is largely a media

*construct*.25. Wish you can benefit from our online sentence dictionary and make progress day by day!

26. Bonny Hicks appeared to me to be the paradigmatic example of an autonomous, free-choosing individual who decided early on to

*construct*a lifestyle congenial to her idiosyncratic sense of self-expression.27. Eliot is here making use of the most modern anthropologically based classical scholarship in order to

*construct*his own primitive play.28. It is therefore reasonable to expect children who live in the same or a similar environment to

*construct*similar physical knowledge.29. How could quasi-independent microscopic cells collaborate to secrete a million glassy splinters and

*construct*such an intricate and beautiful lattice?30. It is precisely this anti-productive aspect of industrialism which is highlighted by the ethnological work

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