Definitions

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  • verb transitive To fabricate again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ fabricate

Examples

  • If something goes wrong we could wind up without any shields here, and that means more time to refabricate them and then rebuild them.

    The Riddled Post

  • Sections of deer refabricate the chandelier, which is rehung by the blacksmith as toolmaker and restorer of equipment.

    we make money not art

  • The companies said they will "reuse, resell, refabricate and recycle" such batteries to give them a "second life."

    Automotive Headlines

  • 'With Sumitomo, we are developing a brand-new' 4-R 'business model -- to reuse, resell, refabricate and recycle lithium-ion batteries.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • If you consider yourself a civilised society, is it a moral, ethical issue to refabricate somebody’s essence or DNA or whatever and make them non-violent?

    Going Boldly: Interview with Connor Trinneer, Enterprise’s ‘Trip’ Tucker

  • If you consider yourself a civilised society, is it a moral, ethical issue to refabricate somebody's essence or DNA or whatever and make them non-violent? "

    EclipseMagazine

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