completely, entirely, totally

The hall had to be completely rebuilt after the fire.

virtually (esp. BrE)

The whole structure was virtually rebuilt.

extensively, largely, substantially
quickly, slowly
partially, partly
begin to, start to

She was just beginning to rebuild her life.

try to
help (to)

The international community must step in to help rebuild the country.

newly rebuilt, recently rebuilt
rebuild sth from scratch

Much of the damaged vehicle had to be rebuilt from scratch.

Rebuild is used with these nouns as the object: ↑confidence, ↑country, ↑defence, ↑economy, ↑life, ↑road, ↑trust

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