Build on - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbɪld ɑːn|
Brit.  |bɪld ɒn|


- be based on; of theories and claims, for example


You will need permission to build on your property.

I'd like to come with you but that's not a promise, don't build on it.

Developers want to build on the site of the old gas works.

The new plan will build on the success of the previous programme.

We're planning to build on a conservatory.

New Yorkers build on a grand scale.

The council have granted him permission to build on the site.

he wanted some acreage to build on

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