rebuilding, present participle; rebuilt, past participle; rebuilds, 3rd person singular present; rebuilt, past tense;
Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed
he rebuilt the cathedral church
we try to help them rebuild their lives
An instance or rebuilding something, esp. a vehicle or other machine
A thing that has been rebuilt, esp. a part of a motor vehicle, e.g., a motor or an alternator
build again; "The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb"
(rebuilding) building again
"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. ...
(Rebuilding) In the fields of architecture and civil engineering, construction is a process that consists of the building or assembling of infrastructure. Far from being a single activity, large scale construction is a feat of human multitasking. ...
(Rebuilt (album)) Girlicious is an American girl group featuring Nichole Cordova, Natalie Mejia and Chrystina Sayers. The group was originally formed by Robin Antin, creator of the Pussycat Dolls, from the CW reality TV show "". ...
(Rebuilding) Re-creation of data lost when a drive fails. Also called Reconstruction.
(rebuilding) A term that refers to practices involving complete changes in the total turf area, i.e., reconstruction of a green, tee, fairway, rough or any other area of the golf course.
Rebuilding any portion of the piano involves replacing all of the parts in an effort to restore that portion to its original condition (or even improve it). ...
(Rebuilt) A salvage vehicle that has been repaired (replaces the previous term "repaired"). This status remains with the vehicle for the life of the vehicle.
(Rebuilt) The process of tearing something down or taking it apart, followed by cleaning or replacing worn or damaged components.
To disassemble a particular device, clean it thoroughly, replace worn parts, and reassemble it. Also called Overhauling or recondition. Engines, clutches, carburetors, and brakes are sometimes rebuilt as part of the maintenance or restoration of older vehicles. ...
Removing an existing line and replacing it with a new, higher capacity line.
Process where the cable television system in a municipality is reconstructed as if there were no existing wires or capabilities (compare Upgrade).
(DoD) The restoration of an item to a standard as nearly as possible to its original condition in appearance, performance, and life expectancy. (See also overhaul and repair.)
Involves modifying the original engine to be powered by a different fuel type.
The process of recalculating elements of a map. Generally divisible into Path, Geometry, and Lighting rebuilds.
An option on the Meeroos HUD, used for fixing Meeroos that have had a glitch. Deletes the Meeroo and rezzes a new identical one. Should only be used when the Meeroo to be rebuilt is attached to a Home Stump you own!
Adding length to a vessel by dissecting and inserting a new section within the vessel's hull.
Tool that updates (or regenerates) the document with any changes made since the last time the model was rebuilt. Rebuild is typically used after changing a model dimension.
An HP-UX term for the process of recovering data that was on a failed disk and putting it onto a newly installed and included disk.