verb (used with object), pre·fab·ri·cat·ed, pre·fab·ri·cat·ing.
to fabricate or construct beforehand.
to manufacture in standardized parts or sections ready for quick assembly and erection, as buildings.
Origin of prefabricate
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Related Words for prefabricationdevelopment, manufacture, system, planning, plan, structure, figure, shape, invention, elevation, mold, contour, cut, fabric, turn, edifice, arrangement, build, type, composition
(tr) to manufacture sections of (a building), esp in a factory, so that they can be easily transported to and rapidly assembled on a building site
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