buildverb

  • ja〜を建てる、〜を作る
  • ento create, construct, or develop something

Examples

PLAY
9:51 / --:--
Mute
1.
2.
Tony Stark was able to build this in a cave!
3.
With a box of scraps!
PLAY
29:22 / --:--
Mute
1.
I know what will get us up on a platform.
2.
What?
3.
The routine!
4.
Ross, we haven't done the routine since middle school.
5.
Hey, when the snippy guy sees the routine, he'll wanna build us our own platform.
6.
Was it really that good?
7.
We got honorable mention in the brother-sister dance category!
PLAY
2:28 / --:--
Mute
1.
I would've added in the retro…
2.
Retro-reflexive panels?
3.
To make him stealth mode.
4.
You want a stealth mode?
5.
Cool, right?
6.
That's actually a good idea.
7.
Maybe I'll build one.
PLAY
5:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
Wow.
2.
Looks nice, huh?
3.
Yep.
4.
Spencer, you're not normal but you did build a nice tree.
PLAY
39:42 / --:--
Mute
1.
What's this?
2.
That's a dog.
3.
Every house should have a dog.
4.
Not one that can pee on the roof.
5.
Well, maybe it's so big because the house was built on radioactive waste.
6.
And is this in case the house sneezes?
7.
No.
8.
No, that's the ghost for the attic.
PLAY
2:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
Pop, it's just a little haunted house.
2.
We built it ourselves, remember?
3.
Well, I don't remember building any zombies.
4.
And another thing.
5.
How'd my mask move all by itself?
6.
And what about that ghost?
7.
A ghost, Pop? Come on.
PLAY
15:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
We could have built a new Krypton in this squalor.
2.
But you chose the humans over us.