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prefab

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Building
prefabpre‧fab /ˈpriːfæb $ ˌpriːˈfæb/ noun [countable]  informalTB a small prefabricated building
Examples from the Corpus
prefabStandards are so high that guests never suspect they are bathing in a prefab and installation is quick and easy.Hugh spent the 1950S clearing space for prefabs.People have prefabs with big gardens.I sat and tried to stay calm turning the pages of a Country Life so old it was still selling off prefabs.Demolish all the prefabs and get on with the high flats.He got one a week later - the prefab we lived in until I was eleven.
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