Definition of rebuild
Examples of rebuild in a Sentence
He rebuilt his house after it was destroyed by a fire.
They tried to rebuild after the earthquake.
The new owner plans to rebuild the franchise.
The team is rebuilding after losing most of its top players.
Recent Examples of rebuild from the Web
But everything’s going to be new again when it all gets rebuilt, so that’s the light at the end of the tunnel.
Because creating jobs, enticing new industries and rebuilding infrastructure matters little if there’s no one around to fill those jobs, drive on those new roads or enjoy those renovated downtowns.
Once among the most polluted cities in the country, Pittsburgh today is increasingly rebuilding around greener medical complexes, research universities and tech offices.
The meandering road map of a baseball rebuild — a dash of smart drafts, a sprinkle of timely trades, the residue of spending once the finish line peeked over the horizon — was everywhere the Padres cared to look Monday at Petco Park.
Germany would even be allowed to rebuild its military, and all Germans except those convicted of war crimes would regain their political rights.
The deal hands over control of projects to rebuild American roads and bridges to the private sector and a foreign country.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy the program paid out $8.4 billion to help cover the costs of rebuilding.
Further, a $25 million tax hike referendum to rebuild the middle school was turned down by voters.
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Synonym Discussion of rebuild
REBUILD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rebuild for English Language Learners
: to build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed
: to make important improvements or changes in (something)
REBUILD Defined for Kids
Definition of rebuild for Students
1 : to make important repairs to or changes in I'm rebuilding an old house.
2 : to construct again
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