building site

building site
building site UK US noun [C] (also construction site) PROPERTY
a piece of land on which a house or other building is being built: »

He was offered the job of foreman on an industrial building site.

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  • building site — building sites N COUNT A building site is an area of land on which a building or a group of buildings is in the process of being built or altered. Syn: construction site …   English dictionary

  • building site — building .site n a place where a house, factory etc is being built …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • building site — building ,site noun count a place where something is being built …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • building site — noun a lot on which there are no permanent buildings • Syn: ↑vacant lot • Hypernyms: ↑lot • Hyponyms: ↑sandlot * * * ˈbuilding site [building site] …   Useful english dictionary

  • building site — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms building site : singular building site plural building sites a place where something is being built …   English dictionary

  • building site — noun a) The site, the place where a building is located, is currently under construction, or shall be constructed. b) The site of a former structure, indicated by an assemblage of features, artifacts or debris, remote sensing data, or historic… …   Wiktionary

  • building site — /ˈbɪldɪŋ saɪt/ (say bilding suyt) noun an area, often restricted to authorised personnel and fenced off, where building is taking place …  

  • building site — A lot or tract of land suitable for the erection of a dwelling house or other building; the term, at least in reference to a lot in a city, means the whole of the lot, not just the part upon which the structure is to rest …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • building site — noun (C) a place where a house, factory etc is being built …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • building — I (business of assembling) noun aedificatio, amalgamation, architecture, arrangement, assembling, causation, collocation, compilation, composition, compounding, conformation, conjunction, constitution, construction, contriving, craftsmanship,… …   Law dictionary

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