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
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.
Moscow has reconstituted four armies on Ukraine’s borders, rebuilt the Black Sea Fleet, created a powerful antiaccess and...
Divisions: 3A for top teams; 2A for smaller schools and rebuilding teams; 1A for junior varsity and freshman teams.
Popular Mechanics, Go RVing, STIHL and the American Hiking Society joined forces on National Trails Day for a purpose-powered challenge to rebuild some of America's greatest trails.
Pine Tree Plaza at Blue Parkway and Jefferson Street is at the north end of the major U.S. 50 interchange for Missouri 291 South being rebuilt by the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Many of us continued to party hardy by returning to the tents where Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 or Jose Feleciano were being rebuilt so the Summer party in the mud could continue into the night.
This can help rebuild the trust that is essential for law enforcement to work.
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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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