build off of vs build on : Common Errors in English

About build off of vs build on

You build on your earlier achievements, you don’t build off of them.

build on Meaning(s)

  • (v) be based on; of theories and claims, for example

build off of in News

  • Allen Webster Can Help Red Sox Bounce Back With Strong Outing Against Mariners (Video)

    Allen Webster finally got the monkey off of his back. The right-hander notched his first career win at the end of June and will look to build off of that momentum Tuesday night against the Mariners. Webster will be matched up against a Mariners starting pitcher who is nearly 10 years his senior, though they […]
    on July 10, 2013 Source: New England Sports Network

build on in News

  1. EMEA Operator Renews Redknee Contract for LTE Data Growth

    Redknee says the contract will enable the CSP to build on its 4G/LTE data growth strategy since launching new services in 2012.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: BillingWorld

  2. VMware Plans to Build One of the Biggest SDN Deployments in the Industry

    VMware hopes to make the networking components of its soon-to-be-released vCloud Hybrid Service one of its biggest selling points, and in doing so the company plans to build one the largest software-defined networking (SDN) deployments in the industry.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: CIO

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