buildup vs build up

buildup build up

Definitions

  • 1) An accumulation; an increase; a gradual development.
  • 2) The act or process of amassing or increasing.
  • 3) The result of building up.
  • 4) Extravagant praise.
  • 5) Widely favorable publicity, especially by a systematic campaign.
  • 6) the act of building up an accumulation.
  • 7) the events, such as advertising or publicity, causing increased interest in some coming event.
  • 8) the act of building up an accumulation
  • 9) the result of the process of accumulation
  • 10) highly favorable publicity and praise
  • 11) change the use of and make available or usable
  • 12) enlarge, develop, or increase by degrees or in stages

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative form of buildup.
  • 2) transitive, idiomatic To strengthen
  • 3) intransitive, transitive, idiomatic To accumulate, to pile up, to increase in stages

Examples

  • 1) `This is approximately where the Gulf extended in the late fourteen hundreds, before the river's silt buildup worked south.
  • 2) Drama buildup is impeccable, despite the length of this three part series.
  • 3) Furthermore, Iran's current military buildup is based primarily on the perceived need to respond to the threatened US attack against that country, a concern made all the more real by the US invasion and occupation of two countries bordering Iran on both its east and west in recent years.
  • 4) In India, Pakistan 's weapons buildup is widely viewed as a security risk.
  • 5) Actually, I think Obama's Afghan troop buildup is entirely practical – he's in a tough spot due to the terrible policies of the last administration and is finally putting our forces closer to where they need to be, not manufacturing evidence and making something out of nothing as Bush did with Iraq.
  • 6) BP interfered with critical efforts to lower an undersea robot to try to close the device that failed to stop the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill because of concerns over heat buildup from the burning rig, a salvage firm executive said Monday.
  • 7) ‘It's an inflammatory bone condition that causes a build-up of poisons that erupt into painful skin abscesses.’
  • 8) ‘But the more it goes on, the more it encourages a build-up of household debt.’
  • 9) ‘The use of sprays can lead to an indoor build-up of large quantities of carcinogenic vapours.’
  • 10) ‘It may also increase the body's capacity to reduce the build-up of lactic acid.’
  • 11) ‘This, in turn, might increase the possibility for build-ups in the cooler parts of the kiln system.’
  • 12) ‘The disorder is associated with a build-up of the oxygen-related molecule hydrogen peroxide in the skin.’
  • 13) ‘If you have a chimney, get it swept at least once a year, and fit guards over the stacks to prevent a build-up of combustible material.’
  • 14) ‘They must regularly wipe the hard drive to prevent the build-up of information on hidden files.’
  • 15) ‘The Pocklington problem was a build-up of sanitary debris, which blocked a filter at an approved overflow point.’
  • 16) ‘In hot, dry areas, salt build-up in reservoirs has led to saline waters that ruined farmland.’
  • 17) ‘This sex hormone stimulates a build-up of the lining of the womb and the growth of spiral arteries into this thickened lining.’
  • 18) ‘The tremendous build-up of pressure caused it to break which led to Mr McKenna's death.’
  • 19) ‘They attribute it to the tremendous build-up of water pressure, high winds and power outages.’
  • 20) ‘It may have an effect on the heart's function, meaning that it doesn't pump as well, causing a build-up of fluid.’
  • 21) ‘Mr Smith stated that mud and stones from roads could also have contributed to the recent build-up in debris found in gullies.’
  • 22) ‘It had earlier been feared the man could cause an explosion in the building because of the build-up of fumes from the spilled petrol.’
  • 23) ‘As you live by the sea, it is very important that you do not allow a build-up of salt to accumulate on the new plaster before you paint it.’
  • 24) ‘Slow circulation leads to a build-up of waste products, but can be stimulated with dry skin brushing.’
  • 25) ‘The demand for extra current leads to a heat build-up in cables and equipment and can cause circuit breakers to trip out and cut the power.’
  • 26) ‘We started getting a build-up of smoke in screens two and three because it was being pulled in through the air conditioning units.’
  • 27) ‘This was reported when his Bulls teammate was at the centre of a race row in the build-up to last year's World Cup.’
  • 28) ‘Parents undergo their own share of stress as the build-up to exam-time takes its toll.’
  • 29) ‘In the build-up to the new season a contingent of York players took part in the Bradford Chess Congress.’
  • 30) ‘As a build-up to the event, the faction has announced rallies in all the districts of the State.’
  • 31) ‘It will also show a special documentary capturing the build-up to the big day.’
  • 32) ‘We had enjoyed a grand build-up, we were winning in a number of positions and we were making a number of chances.’
  • 33) ‘The Manchester ace has been guilty of winding himself up, or allowing others to wind him up, in the build-up to past fights.’
  • 34) ‘A straw poll of traders showed most would take advantage of the extra day in the Christmas build-up.’
  • 35) ‘The changes will prove particularly timely in the build-up to the busy Christmas period.’
  • 36) ‘I'm enjoying the build-up to Christmas about as much as the build-up to exams at school.’
  • 37) ‘This new technique was the talk of the circuit for days in the build-up to the race.’
  • 38) ‘Although I was just the youth and reserve coach, I enjoyed the whole build-up and aftermath.’
  • 39) ‘But arguably his finest fortnight came in the build-up to last year's French Open.’
  • 40) ‘That didn't stop us from enjoying the build-up to one of the biggest games we have ever prepared for as a nation.’
  • 41) ‘It is the focus of the first week of any Olympiad and in Athens that will be no different despite a fraught build-up to the event.’
  • 42) ‘The build-up to a major event is really exciting, that's the fun bit, but when you're there it's quickly over.’
  • 43) ‘We've been watching a steady build-up of the Argentine air force over the past year.’
  • 44) ‘Can you talk us through your thoughts over the winter and in the build-up to this race and this season?’
  • 45) ‘The Australian had a superb build-up to last year's Tour de France and lived up to that billing with a stunning outing.’
  • 46) ‘In the build-up to this year's showcase event, all the talk had centred on who would face Australia to win the honours.’
  • 47) ‘A commentary, interview segments, story discussions, anything would be greatly appreciated; either as buildups to watching the film, or for contrast and thought stimulation following.’
  • 48) ‘Avoid big buildups that may leave you disappointing the audience.’
  • 49) ‘The buildups and the interjections seem so well choreographed; it kills a little bit of the wonder.’
  • 50) ‘After all the buildup I arrived to find the shutters down and the premises closed.’
  • 51) ‘Thanks internet hoaxers for the four day long buildup to the biggest software-based anticlimax ever.’

Examples

  • 1) `This is approximately where the Gulf extended in the late fourteen hundreds, before the river's silt buildup worked south.
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