prefabricate

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To manufacture something, especially a building, in standard components that can be fitted together on site
{f} make in advance, build in advance, construct ahead of time (parts for modular buildings)
produce synthetically, artificially, or stereotypically and unoriginally
to manufacture sections of (a building), especially in a factory, so that they can be easily transported to and rapidly assembled on a building site of buildings
produce synthetically, artificially, or stereotypically and unoriginally to manufacture sections of (a building), especially in a factory, so that they can be easily transported to and rapidly assembled on a building site of buildings
prefabricated
Simple past tense and past participle of prefabricate
prefabricated
invented in advance

They both told the police a prefabricated version of events.

prefabricated
past of prefabricate
prefabricated
manufactured in advance, usually to a standard format, and then assembled on site
prefabricated
A house whose substantial parts are made entirely or in sections away from the building site
prefabricated
Prefabricated buildings are built with parts which have been made in a factory so that they can be easily carried and put together. built from parts which are made in standard sizes so that they can be put together anywhere
prefabricated
1 constructed, as building components, in a factory prior to being erected or installed on the construction site 2 constructed, as a house, of prefabricated components
prefabricated
{s} manufactured prior to assembly, built before being transported to the final assembly point (parts for modular buildings)
prefabricated
Descriptive term for a building that is put together on site from components (walls, floors, roof, etc ) built off-site (in a factory, for example)
prefabricated
manufactured in standard sizes to be shipped and assembled elsewhere; "a prefabricated structure"
prefabricates
third-person singular of prefabricate
prefabricating
present participle of prefabricate
prefabrication
Assembly of standardized building components at a location other than the building site. Units may include doors, stairs, window walls, wall panels, floor panels, roof trusses, room-sized components, and even entire buildings. Prefabrication requires the cooperation of architects, suppliers, and builders regarding the size of basic modular units. In the U.S. building industry, the 4-by-8-ft (1.2-by-2.4-m) panel is a standard unit; the architect's drafted building plans and the supplier's prefabricated wall units are based on multiples of that module. Advantages of prefabrication include the cost savings of mass production, the opportunity to use specialized equipment to produce components, and standardization of parts for quick assembly and erection. The major drawback is in assigning responsibility for quality control. See also precast concrete
prefabrication
{i} process of manufacturing before transporting to the site of final assembly (parts for modular buildings)
prefabrication
The manufacture of whole buildings or components cast in a factory or on site before being placed in position
prefabrication
The manufacture of prefabricated components, and their assembly
prefabrication
the manufacture of sections of a building at the factory so they can be easily and rapidly assembled at the building site
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