build up (Meaning)

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build up (v)

enlarge, develop, or increase by degrees or in stages

form or accumulate steadily

prepare oneself for a military confrontation

bolster or strengthen

change the use of and make available or usable

build up Sentence Examples

  1. Regular exercise helps build up strength and endurance over time.
  2. We need to build up our emergency fund to ensure financial security.
  3. The company plans to build up its online presence through targeted marketing efforts.
  4. It's important to build up a support network of friends and family during challenging times.
  5. The chef's secret ingredient helps build up the flavor profile of the dish.
  6. To achieve success, you must build up your skills and knowledge through continuous learning.
  7. Small acts of kindness can build up trust and goodwill in relationships.
  8. Overusing antibiotics can build up resistance to bacteria, making them less effective.
  9. The organization aims to build up community resilience against natural disasters.
  10. Through consistent effort and dedication, we can build up a strong reputation in our field.

FAQs About the word build up

enlarge, develop, or increase by degrees or in stages, form or accumulate steadily, prepare oneself for a military confrontation, bolster or strengthen, change

swell, expand, accelerate, rise,increase, roll up, climb, intensify, escalate, boom

decrease, decrease, diminish, diminish, contract, contract, lessen,recede, lessen, recede

Regular exercise helps build up strength and endurance over time.

We need to build up our emergency fund to ensure financial security.

The company plans to build up its online presence through targeted marketing efforts.

It's important to build up a support network of friends and family during challenging times.