English
Detailed Synonyms for construct in English
construct:

to construct

to construct

to construct
to make; to create; to conceptualize; to construct; to prepare; to manufacture; to design; to invent; to conceptualise 
to construct

to construct
– reassemble mentally ^{1} 
to construct
– draw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions ^{1} 
to construct
– put together out of artificial or natural components or parts ^{1}to manufacture; to construct; to fabricate– put together out of artificial or natural components or parts ^{1} 
to construct
– make by combining materials and parts ^{1} 
to construct
– create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts ^{1} 
to construct
– create by linking linguistic units ^{1}
Conjugations for construct:
present
 construct
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 constructs
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simple past
 constructed
 constructed
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 constructed
present perfect
 have constructed
 have constructed
 has constructed
 have constructed
 have constructed
 have constructed
past continuous
 was constructing
 were constructing
 was constructing
 were constructing
 were constructing
 were constructing
future
 shall construct
 will construct
 will construct
 shall construct
 will construct
 will construct
continuous present
 am constructing
 are constructing
 is constructing
 are constructing
 are constructing
 are constructing
subjunctive
 be constructed
 be constructed
 be constructed
 be constructed
 be constructed
 be constructed
diverse
 construct!
 let's construct!
 constructed
 constructing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

the construct
– an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances ^{1}the concept; the construct; the conception– an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances ^{1}