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precast

Line breaks: pre|cast
Pronunciation: /priːˈkɑːst
 
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Definition of precast in English:

verb (precasts, precasting; past and past participle precast)

[with object] (usually as adjective precast)
Cast (an object or material, typically concrete) in its final shape before positioning: precast concrete beams
More example sentences
  • Low-cost precast concrete tiles are set in sand over a standard membrane roof to create exterior decks.
  • Key to the effort was the fast production of specialized machines that fabricated precast concrete girders and fitted their edges with milled steel flanges.
  • The compressive form-active dome is a composite of in situ and precast reinforced concrete.

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