preconstruct

preconstruct

(ˌpriːkənˈstrʌkt)
adj
(Building) US another word for preconstruction
vb (tr)
(Building) to construct beforehand

preconstruct


Past participle: preconstructed
Gerund: preconstructing

Imperative
preconstruct
preconstruct
Present
I preconstruct
you preconstruct
he/she/it preconstructs
we preconstruct
you preconstruct
they preconstruct
Preterite
I preconstructed
you preconstructed
he/she/it preconstructed
we preconstructed
you preconstructed
they preconstructed
Present Continuous
I am preconstructing
you are preconstructing
he/she/it is preconstructing
we are preconstructing
you are preconstructing
they are preconstructing
Present Perfect
I have preconstructed
you have preconstructed
he/she/it has preconstructed
we have preconstructed
you have preconstructed
they have preconstructed
Past Continuous
I was preconstructing
you were preconstructing
he/she/it was preconstructing
we were preconstructing
you were preconstructing
they were preconstructing
Past Perfect
I had preconstructed
you had preconstructed
he/she/it had preconstructed
we had preconstructed
you had preconstructed
they had preconstructed
Future
I will preconstruct
you will preconstruct
he/she/it will preconstruct
we will preconstruct
you will preconstruct
they will preconstruct
Future Perfect
I will have preconstructed
you will have preconstructed
he/she/it will have preconstructed
we will have preconstructed
you will have preconstructed
they will have preconstructed
Future Continuous
I will be preconstructing
you will be preconstructing
he/she/it will be preconstructing
we will be preconstructing
you will be preconstructing
they will be preconstructing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been preconstructing
you have been preconstructing
he/she/it has been preconstructing
we have been preconstructing
you have been preconstructing
they have been preconstructing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been preconstructing
you will have been preconstructing
he/she/it will have been preconstructing
we will have been preconstructing
you will have been preconstructing
they will have been preconstructing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been preconstructing
you had been preconstructing
he/she/it had been preconstructing
we had been preconstructing
you had been preconstructing
they had been preconstructing
Conditional
I would preconstruct
you would preconstruct
he/she/it would preconstruct
we would preconstruct
you would preconstruct
they would preconstruct
Past Conditional
I would have preconstructed
you would have preconstructed
he/she/it would have preconstructed
we would have preconstructed
you would have preconstructed
they would have preconstructed
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had Sheridan inmates preconstruct the exterior paneling for three houses built in Bloomington.
He must preconstruct film art from occasional fossilizations, from impressions of sometimes not very noble parts; the laws of construction with which the films of the future will perhaps, in happy moments, completely comply must also be applied to contemporary film.
and never against the whole preconstruct that has previously determined the form of their discourse.