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bugbear something that causes fear, esp. fear that is exaggerated or without basis.
bug bite (informal) the bite or sting of an insect or the resulting wound or swelling.
buggy1 a small carriage with four wheels that is pulled by a single horse. [3 definitions]
buggy2 infested or swarming with insects. [2 definitions]
bugle1 a horn similar to a trumpet or cornet, but usu. without keys or valves. [4 definitions]
bugle2 any of several plants of the mint family, bearing small white, blue, or pink flowers.
bugle3 a cylindrical glass or plastic bead used to decorate clothing.
bug off (informal) to stop bothering someone and leave.
bug out (informal) to leave, quit, or flee; desert.
buhrstone a type of rock with much silica, used for grinding; millstone.
build to create by joining various parts and materials; construct. [8 definitions]
build a better mousetrap to invent or make a better product, esp. better than an old familiar one.
buildable combined form of build.
build a fire under (informal) to urge to action, speed, or the like.
builder someone or something that builds, esp. one who constructs or is involved in the construction of houses or buildings.
building a relatively large structure used for residences, businesses, or the like. [2 definitions]
building block a cinder block or other block used for building. [3 definitions]
buildup the act, instance, or process of increasing in amount, number, or strength; accumulation; increase; growth. [3 definitions]
build up to grow in size, amount, or intensity. [5 definitions]
built the past tense and past participle of "build."
built-in constructed as a permanent part of a larger structure. [2 definitions]