Definition of 'rebuild'
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Then they would risk returning to the cycle of replacing and rebuilding all over again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is now able to try to rebuild her life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Not to rebuild my life and not to want a new life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I have been able to rebuild my life but many others are still trapped. Times, Sunday Times (2017)After trying to rebuild his life, he is soon pulled from the shadows and forced to confront his past. The Sun (2016)It is further evidence that most people in English cricket feel he should be given the chance to rebuild his life and career after serving his punishment. The Sun (2016) Buildings can be rebuilt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For example, they may have had a survey completed on their home prior to purchase, which shows the rebuild cost. Times, Sunday Times (2016) The rebuilding and poor morale engendered will cost a fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Then they got down to the hard work of rebuilding the city. Christianity Today (2000)We should cut her a bit of slack as she tries to rebuild her life. The Sun (2013)Iraqis are the only people who can rebuild their nation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The councils claim that they have lost millions in costs preparing for rebuilding of the sites. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We are saying to them if you destroy something we can rebuild it again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And we were able to rebuild ourselves as people because we took time out. The Sun (2016)That is despite house prices and rebuild costs plunging. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Is this factored into the cost of rebuilding? The Sun (2013)But many senior players will be on their bikes in a bid to cut costs and rebuild. The Sun (2014)Most of the jungle has been removed from the middle of the city and many of the buildings rebuilt. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What you can expect is a gradual picking up of the threads and a rebuilding of your life in changed circumstances. Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)He has since rebuilt his life through education and working with young offenders and those who get in trouble at school. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The buildings were rebuilt and thrived. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She didn't think it made sense to try to rebuild an abandoned city. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They've had problems with their car and are probably rebuilding it again as you read this. The Sun (2011)He had recently been involved in the rebuilding of the city after the earthquake in February. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You get the right reaction from anyone you talk to and can rebuild other people 's confidence. The Sun (2009)Tell him he only gets another chance if he is prepared to work at wooing you all over again and rebuilding your trust. The Sun (2010)And he was sent to the rebuilt city of Minsk. Times, Sunday Times (2013)To try to rebuild a life when you are twenty-six years old. DOVES OF WAR: Four Women of Spain (2002)During the rebuilding, people have been looking out for their neighbours and security has been very good. The Sun (2008)I have got to rebuild it again. The Sun (2012)You can close a file of regrets then focus on building - or rebuilding - a great relationship. The Sun (2011)This means exactly what it says: that one of the inn's buildings had been rebuilt in brick. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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Translations for 'rebuild'
British English: rebuild /riːˈbɪld/ VERB
When people rebuild something such as a building, they build it again after it has been damaged or destroyed.
The house must be rebuilt.
- American English: rebuild
- Arabic: يُعْيدُ بِنَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: reconstruir
- Chinese: 重建
- Croatian: ponovno izgraditi
- Czech: znovu postavit dům
- Danish: genopbygge
- Dutch: herbouwen
- European Spanish: reconstruir
- Finnish: rakentaa uudelleen
- French: reconstruire
- German: wieder aufbauen
- Greek: ξαναχτίζω
- Italian: ricostruire
- Japanese: 再建する
- Korean: 개축하다
- Norwegian: gjenoppbygge
- Polish: odbudować
- European Portuguese: reconstruir
- Romanian: a reconstrui
- Russian: восстанавливать
- Spanish: reconstruir
- Swedish: återuppbygga
- Thai: สร้างใหม่
- Turkish: yeniden yapmak
- Ukrainian: відбудовувати
- Vietnamese: tái thiết
Definition of rebuild from the Collins English Dictionary
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