Crossword clues for rebar
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
also re-bar, "steel reinforcing rod in concrete," 1961, from re(inforced) bar.
n. 1 (context countable English) A steel reinforcing bar in a reinforced concrete structure. 2 (context uncountable English) A grid-shaped system of such bars.
Rebar (short for reinforcing bar), also known as reinforcing steel, reinforcement steel, is a steel bar or mesh of steel wires used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures to strengthen and hold the concrete in tension. Rebar's surface is often patterned to form a better bond with the concrete.
The Rebar Group (Rebar; ) is a large corporation involved in domestic textiles, construction, hotel/real estate, retail services, vehicle/building insurance, banking, and media in Taiwan.
The company started out in the 1960s as a reinforcement bar manufacturer, hence its name.
The corporation recently gained large shares of the Taiwanese cable media as OmniMedia (東森) TV Corp and also mobile telephone business as Asia Pacific Telecom Group (亞太) in the late 1990s.
Towards the end of 2006 Rebar was encountering serious difficulties following years of allegedly hiding financial problems with bad loans from The Chinese Bank. The CEO and founder, Wang You-theng (王又曾) is alleged to have engaged in insider trading and embezzlement in connection to this, and fled Taiwan on 30 December 2006, days before prosecutors began their investigation. You-theng was detained in the U.S. and was wanted by Taiwanese prosecutors for allegedly embezzling NT$60 billion (US$1.8 billion) in corporate funds. He died in May 2016 in a traffic accident.
Usage examples of "rebar".
The Afghan workers, who were learning the correct way to place rebar, chattered in their own language.
Cali watched Parker lean down and test the wire ties that held the rust-colored rebar together.
Most of the clay fell off when she stomped her feet, then continued toward a foundation where the assistant responsible for placing rebar waited for her.
Most of the Afghans were highly skilled at arranging of rebar and wiring it together now.
As soon as the rebar was inspected and passed, they could begin pouring concrete, provided the temperature cooperated.
Pulling out her clipboard, she got ready to discuss the rebar with him.
The pipes were steel and the concrete in the walls most undoubtedly had steel rebar in them.
The vibrations continued, accompanied by screeching as plastisteel rebar in the foundation gave way under the weight of the concrete.
It takes a long time for cement to cure in the tropics, and the artifact stayed floating offshore, shrouded, for two weeks while the thick slab, laced with rebar, slowly hardened.
Sure, she was long and lean like most of them, but you could only describe her as willowy if you thought rebar swayed in light breezes.
Then he opened his mouth in an inarticulate roar of frustration and rage, a long piece of rebar held over his head like a staff.
He flung the piece of rebar at the glass facade of a nearby bank branch.
We unbar the gates and let the rabble flee, then rebar them on what will soon be an empty city?
We even pounded a few segments of rebar into it to make it all the stronger.
Immediately they passed under the spikes of the half-raised portcullis, it was slammed back down into place and the crew strained to close and rebar the ironwood gates.