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precast

adjective pre·cast \ˌprē-ˈkast, ˈprē-ˌ\

: made into shapes that are ready to be used to build something

Full Definition of PRECAST

:  being concrete that is cast in the form of a structural element (as a panel or beam) before being placed in final position

Examples of PRECAST

  1. The wall is built with precast concrete panels.

First Known Use of PRECAST

1914

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