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build in English:

1. built built

Schools were built.
Do you intend to throw away in one instant what our family has painstakingly built up?
The world's first Ferris wheel was built in Chicago. It was named after its contructor, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr.
It was built by working men and women who dug into what little savings they had to give $5 and $10 and $20 to the cause.
We should never forget that the Titanic was built by professionals and Noah's Ark was built by laymen...
So it's built from stone? "It's ordinary reinforced concrete."
If it weren’t for the problem with the sewers, we would already have built the house.
Spirits are to be found all over the world. This school was built upon the site of a shrine and thus there is a particular tendency for them to gather.
When my home had an extension built I only had this room fitted with soundproofing and an internal lock.
Sure, this house is as good as ever. She's built so well we could move her anywhere.
Fires are less frightening today than they once were, because more and more houses are built of concrete, and concrete houses do not burn as easily as the old wooden ones.
His friends had told him a lot about that small hut, built roughly with metal parts and crumbling bricks.

English word "build"(built) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
A1+ irregular verbs 1
past patriciple
Irregular verbs