Definition of rebuild in English:

rebuild

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Pronunciation: /riːˈbɪld
 
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verb (past and past participle rebuilt)

[with object]

noun

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  • 1An instance of rebuilding: the Trust have recognized the hard work of all who were involved in this daunting rebuild
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    • It is always cheaper to pay now rather than later, so it became a case of doing a preventative total rebuild on everything.
    • I have seen the results of some good rebuild programs and, unfortunately, some bad ones.
    • When we found this out we took major action, developing a 20-year rebuild strategy.
  • 1.1A thing that has been rebuilt, especially a vehicle or other machine: the rebuilds include a number of Delage cars
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    • They had several original Enigma machines, and the better part of a rebuild of Colossus, the first ever electronic computer.
    • In fact, we almost always recommend factory rebuilds for our customers nowadays - in part, for this very reason.

Derivatives

rebuildable

adjective
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  • The PFP - 2 is 100 percent rebuildable, boasts a 160-psi max pressure output and uses an oversize cast alloy base with a three-point design for superior stability.
  • Blackburn's Frame Pump comes in three lengths, from 16.5 to 22 inches, and is made with a tough aluminum body and rebuildable internals.
  • The business of compiling from source, installing or fidgeting with rebuildable source RPMs has never been for the faint-of-heart.

rebuilder

noun
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  • The most phlegmatic, untroubled rebuilder of wobbling innings in the world today, the 35-year-old left hander shrugged off every ball that gloved him and every one that scuttled.
  • Do you have any suggestions on how to tell a good rebuilder from a not-so-good one?
  • I met fuel-injection-pump rebuilders who knew the gross margins of every nozzle and pump they produced.

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