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
It was stored for 27 years before being rebuilt half a block south.
So while the rebuilding Chicago White Sox (Jose Quintana) and budget-minded Oakland Athletics (Ryan Madson, Sean Doolittle) have already cashed in assets, the Mets might not be far behind.
The flooding was so expansive and destructive that FEMA is paying 90 percent of the public safety and infrastructure rebuilding costs in Baton Rouge and surrounding localities.
In exchange, the Cubs sent four prospects to the rebuilding White Sox: outfielder Eloy Jimenez, the right-hander Dylan Cease and infielders Matt Rose and Bryant Flete.
The federal agency was rebuilding the island with money from settlements that ended litigation over the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster.
The land also included a mixed-use commercial project named Hurstbourne Plaza, at least part of which is due to be rebuilt and include the supermarket.
France wasted no time in rebuilding its economic ties with Iran since international sanctions were lifted as part of Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers.
Toronto has officially chosen respectability over rebuilding.
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First Known Use of rebuild
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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