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  • noun Plural form of rebar.

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Examples

  • Consider two things: (1) do rebars from the columns stick up through the roof? and (2) will the walls on the second floor be placed exactly over the walls on the first floor (both exterior and interior walls)?

    adding a second story

  • Consider two things: (1) do rebars from the columns stick up through the roof? and (2) will the walls on the second floor be placed exactly over the walls on the first floor (both exterior and interior walls)?

    adding a second story

  • "Our dread is of aftershocks," Coulombel told AFP, adding that all collapsed or risky buildings shared the same problem: shoddy steel reinforced bars, known as rebars, and bad quality concrete surrounding them.

    The Times of India

  • "Our dread is of aftershocks," Coulombel told AFP, adding that all collapsed or risky buildings shared the same problem: shoddy steel reinforced bars, known as rebars, and bad quality concrete surrounding them.

    The Times of India

  • "Our dread is of aftershocks," Coulombel told AFP, adding that all collapsed or risky buildings shared the same problem: shoddy steel reinforced bars, known as rebars, and bad quality concrete surrounding them.

    Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

  • All three men are now on an 80-member ironworker, or latherers, crew at Tower 3, assembling metal bars, or rebars, to reinforce poured concrete in a building that will rise 80 stories.

    Combat veterans help World Trade Center rise again

  • The black rebars are oven-hot and the exposed wire ties that hold the bars together are like razors.

    Combat veterans help World Trade Center rise again

  • Go down to your city hall and ask them if rebars sticking out of the roof will allow you to avoid property taxes.

    Retiring in Mexico

  • The black rebars are oven-hot and the exposed wire ties that hold the bars together are like razors.

    Combat veterans help World Trade Center rise again

  • All three men are now on an 80-member ironworker, or latherers, crew at Tower 3, assembling metal bars, or rebars, to reinforce poured concrete in a building that will rise 80 stories.

    Combat veterans help World Trade Center rise again

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