rebuilding

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rebuilding

  1. present participle of rebuild

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rebuilding (plural rebuildings)

  1. The act of building something again.
    • 1944 May and June, “Notes and News: A Much Transformed Locomotive”, in Railway Magazine, page 186:
      The complete 1892 rebuilding, indeed, followed an accident in 1890, when No. 6 ran away down the Buckley branch, and got badly smashed up in a collision at Connah's Quay.
    • 1961 March, C. P. Boocock, “The organisation of Eastleigh Locomotive Works”, in Trains Illustrated, page 160:
      These have certainly witnessed many events of interest, chief among them, undoubtedly, being the rebuilding of the Bulleid Pacifics.

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