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Bugleweed

ˈbjuːɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Bugleweed:

noun

Another term for bugle2.

Meanings of Bugling:

verb

Sound a bugle.

Usage examples:

In fact, in response to george's protests, the first confederate, henry longshackle, began bugling …
noun

A brass instrument like a small trumpet, typically without valves or keys and used for military signals.

Usage examples:

The bugle sounded the charge

Bugloss

ˈbjuːɡlɒs

Meanings of Bugloss:

noun

A bristly plant of the borage family, with bright blue flowers.

Usage examples:

Flowers range from peonies, delphiniums, various brooms and gorses, mallows, asters and periwinkle …

Buglosses

ˈbjuːɡlɒs

Meanings of Buglosses:

noun

A bristly plant of the borage family, with bright blue flowers.

Usage examples:

Flowers range from peonies, delphiniums, various brooms and gorses, mallows, asters and periwinkle …

Meanings of Bugologist:

noun

A person who studies insects or other bugs; an entomologist.

Meanings of Bugology:

noun

The study of insects or other bugs; entomology.

Bugs

bʌɡ

Meanings of Bugs:

noun

A harmful microorganism, typically a bacterium.

Usage examples:

Their ham was found to be contaminated with food bugs
verb

Conceal a miniature microphone in (a room or device) in order to listen to or record someone's conversations secretly.

Usage examples:

Their offices, homes, and telephones were bugged

Meanings of Bugwort:

noun

Either of two toxic american plants of the family ranunculaceae, black bugbane (actaea racemosa) and indian poke (veratrum viride).

Buhl

buːl

Meanings of Buhl:

noun

Brass, tortoiseshell, or other material cut to make a pattern and used for inlaying furniture.

Usage examples:

Boulle cabinets

Meanings of Buhlbuhl:

noun

Brass, tortoiseshell, or other material cut to make a pattern and used for inlaying furniture.

Usage examples:

Boulle cabinets

Meanings of Buibui:

noun

(in east africa) a traditional garment worn by muslim women, consisting of a long black gown worn with a black head covering that leaves only the eyes or face exposed.

Usage examples:

She was covered head to toe in a black buibui

Build

bɪld

Meanings of Build:

verb

Construct (something) by putting parts or material together.

Usage examples:

The ironworks were built in 1736
noun

The proportions of a person's or animal's body.

Usage examples:

She was of medium height and slim build

Meanings of Build in:

phrasal verb

Make something an integral part of something else

Meanings of Build on:

phrasal verb

Be based on; of theories and claims, for example

Meanings of Build up:

phrasal verb

Enlarge, develop, or increase by degrees or in stages

Meanings of Build-up-to:

phrasal verb

To cause something to increase or become greater

Usage examples:

She does exercises daily to build up her strength., we tried to build his confidence up., the ads b…

Buildable

ˈbɪl.də.bəl

Meanings of Buildable:

adjective

Able to be built or put together

Usage examples:

We need designs that are practical, affordable and buildable., the skyscraper might be unusual, but…

Meanings of Builder:

noun

A person who constructs something by putting parts or material together.

Usage examples:

A boatbuilder

Builders

ˈbɪl.dər

Meanings of Builders:

noun

A person who constructs something by putting parts or material together.

Usage examples:

A boatbuilder

Meanings of Building:

noun

A structure with a roof and walls, such as a house or factory.

Usage examples:

In my view, it would be illogical and incorrect to describe these two buildings as a house.
verb

Construct (something) by putting parts or material together.

Usage examples:

The ironworks were built in 1736

Building-society

ˈbɪl.dɪŋ səˌsaɪ.ə.ti

Meanings of Building-society:

noun

In the uk, an organization similar to a bank which provides financial services including savings accounts and mortgages (= loans to buy houses)

Usage examples:

Interest will be taxed on bank and building society accounts.

Meanings of Building-up:

verb

To make a structure or something else by putting materials together in a particular way

Usage examples:

[ t ] without a plan, you can’t build a house., [ t ] some owls had built a nest in the chimney., […

Buildings

ˈbɪl.dɪŋ

Meanings of Buildings:

noun

A structure with a roof and walls, such as a house or factory.

Usage examples:

In my view, it would be illogical and incorrect to describe these two buildings as a house.

Meanings of Buildup:

noun

A gradual accumulation or increase, typically of something negative that leads to a problem.

Usage examples:

The build-up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

Buildups

ˈbɪldʌp

Meanings of Buildups:

noun

A gradual accumulation or increase, typically of something negative that leads to a problem.

Usage examples:

The build-up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

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