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EtymologyEdit

Shortening.

AdjectiveEdit

prefab (not comparable)

  1. prefabricated

NounEdit

prefab (plural prefabs)

  1. A prefabricated building.
  2. A prefabricated section of a building.
  3. (Britain) A single-storey prefabricated home built in many British cities immediately after World War II, intended to have a short life, but in a few cases still in use.

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VerbEdit

prefab (third-person singular simple present prefabs, present participle prefabbing, simple past and past participle prefabbed)

  1. To prefabricate.