Definition of constructor in US English:

constructor

noun

  • See construct

    • ‘The architect, the engineer and the constructors also gave their services free to the community.’
    • ‘If any group benefits from the new rule, it will be the engine constructors.’
    • ‘This money will be paid in stages directly to the constructors, surveyors and architects.’
    • ‘Often, as in Promethean myth, there is a mirroring between creator and creation, constructor and constructed, which serves to bind them despite their differences, and may often override them.’
    • ‘The constructor told us that most of the houses (which had cost upwards of $100 000 each) belonged to those very same people that issue construction permits at the Municipality.’

Pronunciation

constructor

/kənˈstrəktər//kənˈstrəktər/