to build up a fence

to build up a fence
to build/to erect/to put up a fence построить изгородь

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  • Fence for Life — In June 2001 a non partisan public and civilian movement called Fence for life ( he. גדר לחיים) began a struggle for the construction of a continuous security fence between the Palestinian population centers and the Israeli population.… …   Wikipedia

  • fence — 01. He and his neighbor worked together to build a nice [fence] between their two yards. 02. The farm is surrounded by an electrical [fence] to keep the cows from wandering away. 03. We [fenced] the area around the playground to keep the kids… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • build — vb Build, construct, erect, frame, raise, rear are comparable when they mean to form or fashion a structure or something comparable to a structure. Build strictly implies a fitting together of parts and materials to form something which may be… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • fence — n. 1) to build, erect, put up a fence 2) a high; low fence 3) a barbed wire; chain link; picket; rail; snow; wrought iron fence 4) a fence around 5) (misc.) to mend fences ( to set things right ); on the fence ( uncommitted ) * * * [fens] chain… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Fence Viewer — A Fence Viewer is a town or city official who administers fence laws by inspecting new fence and settlement of disputes arising from trespass by livestock that have escaped enclosure. [Webster s Third New International Dictionary] The office of… …   Wikipedia

  • fence — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ high, tall ▪ low ▪ barbed wire, chain link, iron, mesh, metal …   Collocations dictionary

  • build — [c]/bɪld / (say bild) verb (built or, Archaic, builded, building) –verb (t) 1. to construct (something relatively complex) by assembling and combining parts: build a house; build an empire. 2. to establish, increase, and strengthen: to build a… …  

  • build — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ average, medium ▪ lean (esp. AmE), slender, slight, slim, small, thin ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • fence off — PHRASAL VERB If you fence off an area of land, you build a fence round it. [V P n] When she and Luther got their house, they would fence off a lawn and raise roses from cuttings... [V n P] They had to evict some gypsies today and I had to go and… …   English dictionary

  • build a fence around (to) —  Protect …   American business jargon

  • Rabbit-proof fence — The State Barrier Fence of Western Australia,The State Barrier Fence of Western Australia (2001). [ Archived from Western Australian Department… …   Wikipedia

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