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up·build

 (ŭp-bĭld′)
tr.v. up·built (-bĭlt′), up·build·ing, up·builds
To build up; increase or enlarge: sand dunes that were upbuilt by the wind.

up·build′er n.

upbuild

(ʌpˈbɪld)
vb, -builds, -building or -built
(tr) to build up; enlarge, increase, etc
upˈbuilder n

upbuild


Past participle: upbuilt
Gerund: upbuilding

Imperative
upbuild
upbuild
Present
I upbuild
you upbuild
he/she/it upbuilds
we upbuild
you upbuild
they upbuild
Preterite
I upbuilt
you upbuilt
he/she/it upbuilt
we upbuilt
you upbuilt
they upbuilt
Present Continuous
I am upbuilding
you are upbuilding
he/she/it is upbuilding
we are upbuilding
you are upbuilding
they are upbuilding
Present Perfect
I have upbuilt
you have upbuilt
he/she/it has upbuilt
we have upbuilt
you have upbuilt
they have upbuilt
Past Continuous
I was upbuilding
you were upbuilding
he/she/it was upbuilding
we were upbuilding
you were upbuilding
they were upbuilding
Past Perfect
I had upbuilt
you had upbuilt
he/she/it had upbuilt
we had upbuilt
you had upbuilt
they had upbuilt
Future
I will upbuild
you will upbuild
he/she/it will upbuild
we will upbuild
you will upbuild
they will upbuild
Future Perfect
I will have upbuilt
you will have upbuilt
he/she/it will have upbuilt
we will have upbuilt
you will have upbuilt
they will have upbuilt
Future Continuous
I will be upbuilding
you will be upbuilding
he/she/it will be upbuilding
we will be upbuilding
you will be upbuilding
they will be upbuilding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upbuilding
you have been upbuilding
he/she/it has been upbuilding
we have been upbuilding
you have been upbuilding
they have been upbuilding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upbuilding
you will have been upbuilding
he/she/it will have been upbuilding
we will have been upbuilding
you will have been upbuilding
they will have been upbuilding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upbuilding
you had been upbuilding
he/she/it had been upbuilding
we had been upbuilding
you had been upbuilding
they had been upbuilding
Conditional
I would upbuild
you would upbuild
he/she/it would upbuild
we would upbuild
you would upbuild
they would upbuild
Past Conditional
I would have upbuilt
you would have upbuilt
he/she/it would have upbuilt
we would have upbuilt
you would have upbuilt
they would have upbuilt
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