Etymology
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built (adj.)

1560s, "constructed, erected," past-participle adjective from build (v.); for the -t, compare went. Meaning "physically well-developed" is by 1940s (well-built in reference to a woman is from 1871); Built-in (adj.) "constructed as an integral part of a larger unit" is from 1895.

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Definitions of built

built (adj.)
(used of soaps or cleaning agents) having a substance (an abrasive or filler) added to increase effectiveness;
the built liquid detergents
Synonyms: reinforced
From wordnet.princeton.edu