build up


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build up

To apply successive layers to form a thicker mass.
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This release is conceptual, epically crafty and seething with doomotion and massive build ups and climaxes.
As the morning rush hour began, the screen exploded into an array of colour with arrow denoting build ups of traffic around Cambridge and on the M25 to the north of London.
It was not the best of build ups for a final and we told the lads so.