Birds build nests.
Those whose bones were exhumed to build the new catacombs could not be reached for comment.
There's new energy to harness, new jobs to be created, new schools to build, and threats to meet, alliances to repair.
But that's not the whole picture. Tatoeba is not just an open, collaborative, multilingual dictionary of sentences. It's part of an ecosystem that we want to build.
People build houses, dams, bridges, ships and so on.
It is foolish of you to build a castle in the air while forgetting to drive in pilings for its foundation.
Those people ruin their government, but they don't know how to build it again.
Sadako's friends wanted to build a monument to her and all children who were killed by the atomic bomb.
Man invented the atomic bomb, but no mouse would ever have thought to build a mousetrap!
The appropriation is pin-money; it wouldn't be enough even to build a gym, much less build the administration building.
To believe that an unexpected big fortune will come your way is to build a castle in Spain.
He's just got a large build, so he looks like he'd be a fighter, but he's probably really a pushover.
My friends are building a new house. This house is very big and is 200 square meters.
Angielskie słowo "stavět" (build) występuje w zestawach:Nepravidelná slovesa PřekladyMatrix Unit 6Irregular Verbs