- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rebuild.
“It would need to be torn down and rebuilt from the ground up.”
“Efforts to replace the mosque with a grand temple have been a rallying point for Hindu fundamentalists, while many Muslim groups want the mosque to be rebuilt from the rubble.”
“These folks did all the traditional iron work for the home we refurbished - rebuilt from a ruin, actually - in San Cristóbal´s historic center near the Santo Domingo Convent in the El Cerrillo barrio.”
“So when they bragged that 70% of the residents had running water or that “almost” all of the city had been rebuilt from the war 30 years later, Westerners were unimpressed.”
“To fight the next election, he says the party's "relationship with the trade union movement needs to be rebuilt from the ground up.”
“And while I hate the idea of starting all over after Cameron so capably set the stage with his first two films, I'm feeling more and more like, if this name is still going to live, it's going to need to be rebuilt from the ground up in order for people to care again.”
“Also the question about building over housing that has "already been refurbished or rebuilt" is also in play in regard to the VA hospital project.”
“The platform was rebuilt from the ground up using Ruby on Rails, a popular open-source web framework that allows the Furl team to rapidly develop new features.”
“He learnt lessons, rebuilt from the wreckage and is assuming the role of PM in waiting.”
“The Virginia Public Access Project has a totally new website, rebuilt from the ground up.”
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