reinforcement[ ree-in-fawrs-muh nt, -fohrs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF reinforcement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REINFORCEMENT
It was evident that all hope of reinforcement from France was vain.
I cannot fight the French, in this moderate weather, without a reinforcement.
The arrival of the reinforcement moved the camp to interest.
He got by mere accident, as we say, a reinforcement of Spaniards.
In spite of the arrival of this reinforcement, the situation did not improve.
A reinforcement of 220 seamen for the lakes came by the same route.
This reinforcement was set in place and wrapped with No. 24 ½-in.
The reinforcement was erected inside the forms for both columns and girders.
Figure 279 shows the general arrangement of the reinforcement.
Johnson corrugated bars, old style, are used for reinforcement.