Overbuild



[oh-ver-bild] /ˌoʊ vərˈbɪld/

verb (used with object), overbuilt, overbuilding.
1.
to erect too many in (an area).
2.
to cover or surmount with a building or structure.
3.
to (a structure) on too great or elaborate a scale.
verb (used without object), overbuilt, overbuilding.
4.
to erect too many buildings in an area.
/ˌəʊvəˈbɪld/
verb (transitive) -builds, -building, -built
1.
to build over or on top of
2.
to erect too many buildings in (an area)
3.
to build too large or elaborately

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