rebuild

All Verb Noun
10,802 examples (0.08 sec)
  • Info "Rebuild" is a song written by Jon Foreman of Switchfoot and Matt Thiessen of Relient K. The song was written in conjunction with the bands' 2007 Appetite for Construction Tour, featuring members from all three bands on tour, Switchfoot, Relient K, and Ruth. more...
  • Even so, within a few years most of the area had been rebuilt.
  • First built close to the river for its water power, many were never rebuilt.
  • Most of the city centre was rebuilt in the years following the war.
  • In many churches the eastern end has been rebuilt in a later style.
  • The part of the school that was hit has now been rebuilt.
  • Huge parts of the city and its centre were also rebuilt in a modern style.
  • The track has since been rebuilt into an advanced test track.
  • It was rebuilt after the war, and much of the collection was replaced.
  • The south-west wing was rebuilt after a fire in the early 19th century.
  • The region had to be rebuilt because of damage caused by the war.
  • With the support of the national government, this property was acquired and rebuilt.
  • The structure was rebuilt and new rooms were added over the years.
  • This allowed the through station to be rebuilt with two additional platform faces.
  • Most of what was destroyed was rebuilt, including the dance hall and two churches.
  • It was attacked or destroyed by fire and rebuilt several times during the following centuries.
  • Initially built from wood, the fort was eventually rebuilt in stone.
  • Since the fair was almost over, the building was not rebuilt.
  • Most of the town was never rebuilt after the fire.
  • The king and the prime minister immediately launched efforts to rebuild the city.
  • After the fire, the city rebuilt and entered the 20th century with a fresh start.
  • Next »

Meaning of rebuild

  • verb Build again
    The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb