built-up

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built-up (comparative more built-up, superlative most built-up)

  1. Made of sections, one on top of the other.
  2. (of an area of land) Having buildings, especially having residences and high population density.
  3. (Britain) (of an area of land) Having street lights and therefore subject to a 30 mph speed limit.