Definition of 'building site'
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The policy is now to use derelict land or other open space within the built-up areas before new building sites are sought on the outskirts of towns. Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations (1989)What I found was a building site, with construction of another block of flats well under way. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'building site'
British English: building site /ˈbɪldɪŋ saɪt/ NOUN
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.
- American English: construction site
- Arabic: مَوْقِع البِناء
- Brazilian Portuguese: local de obras
- Chinese: 建筑工地
- Croatian: gradilište
- Czech: staveniště
- Danish: byggeplads
- Dutch: bouwterrein
- European Spanish: obra
- Finnish: rakennustyömaa
- French: chantier
- German: Baustelle
- Greek: εργοτάξιο
- Italian: cantiere
- Japanese: 建設現場
- Korean: 건축 부지
- Norwegian: byggeplass
- Polish: plac budowy
- European Portuguese: estaleiro
- Romanian: șantier
- Russian: строительная площадка
- Spanish: obra
- Swedish: byggarbetsplats
- Thai: บริเวณที่ก่อสร้าง
- Turkish: inşaat alanı
- Ukrainian: будівельний майданчик
- Vietnamese: công trường
Definition of building site from the Collins English Dictionary
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