• Definition for "dismantle"
    • To take apart; disassemble; tear down.
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    • Alan Greenspan, Robert Rubin dismantle social…
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    • "Those who say we should dismantle…"
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dismantle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To take apart; disassemble; tear down.
    • To put a finish to in a gradual systematic means: dismantling the difficult laws for interstate trucking.
    • To remove of furnishings or equipment: dismantled your house before slamming it straight down.
    • To strip of covering or garments.
    • To remove or rob of gown; to divest.
    • To remove of furniture and machines, weapons, etc.; to unrig; to strip of wall space or outworks; to break straight down.
    • To disable; to make useless.
    • To disassemble; disassemble; tear down.
    • To put an-end to in a gradual systematic way: dismantling the difficult regulations for interstate transportation.
    • To strip of furnishings or equipment: dismantled the home before slamming it straight down.
    • To strip of addressing or clothing.
    • To strip or rob of dress; to divest.
    • To remove of furniture and tools, firearms, etc.; to unrig; to strip of walls or outworks; to break straight down.
    • To disable; to make ineffective.
  • verb:
    • To divest, strip of dress or addressing
    • to get rid of fixtures or furnishings from
    • To take apart; to disassemble; to try pieces
    • disassemble into its constituent pieces
    • remove or remove
    • rip straight down in order to make level with the surface
    • To divest, strip of dress or addressing
    • To remove fixtures or furnitures from
    • To take apart; to disassemble; to take to pieces
    • take apart into its constituent pieces
    • take off or remove
    • tear down in order to make level with the surface
  • others:
    • To rob of dress; strip; divest; undress.
    • To loose; put available or off; undo.
    • Specifically—3. To deprive or strip of apparatus, furniture, equipments, defenses, or the like: as, to dismantle a ship, a fortress, a town, etc.
    • to-break down; make worthless; destroy.
    • To deprive of gown; strip; divest; strip.
    • To loose; toss open or down; undo.
    • Specifically—3. To deprive or remove of equipment, furniture, machines, defenses, or the love: as, to dismantle a ship, a fortress, a town, etc.
    • to-break down; make ineffective; obliterate.
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