a person who builds.
a person who constructs buildings under contract or as a speculation.
a substance, as an abrasive or filler, added to soaps or other cleaning agents to increase their effectiveness.
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a person who builds, esp one who contracts for and supervises the construction or repair of buildings
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clove hitch. a knot or hitch for fastening a rope to a spar or larger rope, consisting of two half hitches made in opposite directions, the two parts of the rope emerging also in opposite directions. noun a knot or hitch used for securing a rope to a spar, post, or larger rope
the practice of climbing tall urban buildings, for sport or publicity.
a relatively permanent enclosed construction over a plot of land, having a roof and usually windows and often more than one level, used for any of a wide variety of activities, as living, entertaining, or manufacturing. anything built or constructed. the act, business, or practice of constructing houses, office buildings, etc. to construct (especially something […]
savings and loan association. a cooperative savings institution, chartered and regulated by a state or the federal government, that receives deposits in exchange for shares of ownership and invests its funds chiefly in loans secured by first mortgages on homes. noun a US name for building society noun a US name for a building society