well built

built

[bilt]
verb
1.
simple past tense and past participle of build.
adjective
2.
Informal.
a.
of sound or sturdy construction: These cars are really built.
b.
having a good physique or figure: That lifeguard is really built!
3.
Nautical. noting any member or part of a vessel assembled from pieces: built frame; built spar.

well-built, adjective
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built (bɪlt)
 
vb
the past tense and past participle of build

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built
pp. of build. Meaning "physically well-developed" is by 1940s (well-built in reference to a woman is from 1871); Built-in (adj.) is from 1898.
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