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construct
[UK: kənstrʌkt]
bâtir, bâtis, bâtissent, bâtissez, bâtissons, construis, construisent, construisez, construisons
constructed
[UK: kənstrʌktid]
bâties, bâtîmes, bâtirent, construisîmes, construisirent, construisis, construisit, construit, construite, construites, construits
constructing
[UK: kənstrʌktiŋ]
bâtissant, construisant
construction
[UK: kənstrʌkʃən]
terrier
constructs
[UK: kənstrʌkts]
bâtit
reconstruction
[UK: riːkənstrʌkʃən]
reconstitution, reconstruction

Example Sentences Including 'construct'

An expression vector, otherwise known as an expression construct, is usually a plasmid or virus designed for gene expression in cells.

Measurement invariance or measurement equivalence is a statistical property of measurement that indicates that the same construct is being measured across some specified groups.

In cryptanalysis, the piling-up lemma is a principle used in linear cryptanalysis to construct linear approximation to the action of block ciphers.

The apparent-time hypothesis is a sociolinguistic construct, which assumes that most features of language are acquired during childhood and remain relatively unchanged throughout an individual's lifetime once that individual is past a certain age.

In psychology, attitude is a psychological construct, a mental and emotional entity that inheres in, or characterizes a person.

The singer wants to construct an underground gym and swimming pool at his London mansion but the Led Zeppelin guitarist fears works will damage his home.

Courtship disorder is a theoretical construct in sexology in which a certain set of paraphilias are seen as specific instances of anomalous courtship instincts in men.

Discursive practice is the term used by Michel Foucault to refer to communicative practices based on rules that define and construct their referents.

Emotional approach coping is a psychological construct that involves the use of emotional processing and emotional expression in response to a stressful situation.

In positive psychology, a meaningful life is a construct having to do with the purpose, significance, fulfillment, and satisfaction of life.

Trailing suction hopper dredger is a ship that has a full sailing capacity used to maintain navigable waterways, deepening the maritime canals that are threatened to become silted, to construct new land elsewhere or to replace sand eroded by storms or wave action on the beaches.

Distress tolerance is an emerging construct in psychology that has been conceptualized in several different ways.

In stochastic analysis, a rough path is a generalization of the notion of smooth path allowing to construct a robust solution theory for controlled differential equations driven by classically irregular signals, for example a Wiener process.

An interpreter directive is a computer language construct, that on some systems is better described as an aspect of the system's executable file format, that is used to control which interpreter parses and interprets the instructions in a computer program.

The physically integrated dance movement is part of the disability culture movement, which recognizes and celebrates the first-person experience of disability, not as a medical model construct but as a social phenomenon, through artistic, literary, and other creative means.

The delimitative aspect is a grammatical construct that indicates that a situation lasts only a certain amount of time.

In computer programming, abstraction inversion is an anti-pattern arising when users of a construct need functions implemented within it but not exposed by its interface.

To comply with the Building Act 1984 and the subsequent statutory instruments known as the Building Regulations, Building regulations approval is required to construct certain structures in England and Wales.





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