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  1. built-up

    • IPA[ˌbiltˈəp]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an area) densely covered by houses or other buildings;increased in height by the addition of parts
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    • 1. (of an area) densely covered by houses or other buildings he steered the stricken aircraft away from the built-up area although the center of Funchal is very built-up, there is still a lot of green land around the city
    • 2. increased in height by the addition of parts shoes with built-up heels
    • (of a feeling) increasing in intensity over a period of time built-up frustration
    • ph.
      assemble or accumulate something by putting parts or material together

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    • ph.
      assemble or accumulate something by putting parts or material together

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    • n.
      a gradual accumulation or increase, typically of something negative that leads to a problem: the build-up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

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    • ph.
      prepare with increasing intensity for a significant point or event

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    • ph.
      prepare with increasing intensity for a significant point or event

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    • ph.
      become ever more hopeful or optimistic about something

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    • ph.
      become ever more hopeful or optimistic about something

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    • IPA[bɪltˈʌp]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of an area) densely covered by buildings: he steered the stricken aircraft away from the built-up area although the centre of Funchal is very built-up, there is still a lot of green land around the city

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