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Pronunciation:  kun'strukshun

Matching Terms:  construction industry, construction paper, construction worker, constructional, constructionist

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 Definition: Seeing construction in your dream means a new surge of energy, ambition and renewed confidence. It may also represent the rebuilding of your own life.
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