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construct US English

Build or erect (something, typically a building, road, or machine)

construct US Thesaurus

a new high-rise was being constructed

personal construct US English

A personal mental model of how the world or some aspect of it works, which is tested against experience and revised accordingly, and is part of a system of constructs which shape a person's expectations, emotional reactions, thinking, and behaviour.

social construct US English

A concept or perception of something based on the collective views developed and maintained within a society or social group; a social phenomenon or convention originating within and cultivated by society or a particular social group, as opposed to existing inherently or naturally.