- v. transitive to add additional components to a previously constructed framework or device so that additional or improved functionality is obtained or created
- v. be based on; of theories and claims, for example
“Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata assured the world that we have enormous respect for the two brands and will endeavor to preserve and build on their heritage and competitiveness, keeping their identities intact.'”
“But as the Starfleet Corps of Engineers began to build on the lessons learned from starship studies commissioned in the 2230s, the design for the Constitution-class was enlarged.”
“So the question is, how do we build on these still-tentative partnerships between religious and secular people of good will?”
“The Yankees wanted to build on their momentum by landing another haymaker to the Red Sox title hopes.”
“But the opposition is determined to build on the uprising's strength.”
“Once you reach boyfriend-girlfriend status, you start to build on what you already have confidence in.”
“If you want to compile a sports library, it will be more onerous than before but similarly rewarding, particularly if you start with Hopcraft and build on his foundations.”
“In 1908 I built the house I now occupy (in Moylan, Pennsylvania), which is the realization of a desire I have always had -- to build on a tract which had a stream, a grove of trees, great boulders and rocks, and a hill site for the house with a broad outlook, and a railroad station conveniently near.”
“What we were trying to figure out in Canada is how well the streaming-only worked, because in the U.S., of course, we have the DVD service to build on top of.”
“Edward Webb Aegis CEO Jerry Buhlmann is keen to build on the $371 million acquisition of Australian company Mitchell Communications.”
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