re-built

rebuild

[ree-bild]
verb (used with object), rebuilt or (Archaic) rebuilded; rebuilding.
1.
to repair, especially to dismantle and reassemble with new parts: to rebuild an old car.
2.
to replace, restrengthen, or reinforce: to rebuild an army.
3.
to revise, reshape, or reorganize: to rebuild a shattered career.
verb (used without object), rebuilt or (Archaic) rebuilded; rebuilding.
4.
to build again or afresh: With the insurance money we can rebuild.

Origin:
1605–15; re- + build

rebuildable, adjective
rebuildability, noun
rebuilder, noun
unrebuilt, adjective
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rebuild (riːˈbɪld)
 
vb , -builds, -building, -built
1.  to make, construct, or form again: the cost of rebuilding the house
2.  (tr) to restore (a system or situation) to a previous condition: his struggle to rebuild his life

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rebuild
1611, from re- "back, again" + build (q.v.).
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