disassemble


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to take (something) apart

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An extrusion head should be easy to heat and cool, as well as to disassemble.
It will take a team of Boeing workers until late May to disassemble the 707 into four sections: the fuselage, tail, fins, and wings.
On Page WP 0010 00-18 of the M2's TM 9-1005-213-23&P, Step 9 in the Quarterly PMCS tells the armorer to completely disassemble the buffer tube and backplate assembly.
While cathode-ray-tube (CRT) devices do not generally disassemble easily, they come apart in fairly big pieces that fall into these categories: plastic--housing, base; CRT--without yoke--clean glass, leaded glass, iron, some phosphorous; Iron--protective insulation, band on the glass, electron gun; copper--yoke, wiring and circuit board; aluminum--heat sinks, capacitors; and stainless steel--screws.
Even with sodium oxalate supplying electrons, only about 30 percent of the pseudorotaxanes disassemble upon illumination.
ABS material is injected directly around solid brass inserts for a virtually indestructible housing that will not leak or disassemble.
Rather, it's a cross between The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle (the saga of the rise and fall of the Sex Pistols) and The Man Who Fell to Earth--wherein space alien David Bowie disassembles before our very eyes.
The imaginative dimension disassembles things, a subtle wind that overturns them and lifts them up from their apparent inertia.
She disassembles the fear some garbage ghoul, finding a resourceful way to recycle the resulting mess.
It disassembles quickly to allow installation of different rotor variations.
Asf1 is a highly conserved chaperone of histones H3/H4 that assembles or disassembles chromatin during transcription, replication, and repair.
United also partially disassembles some electronics that may be too large to feed to the shredder if kept whole.
By scavenging garage sales, souvenir shops, and dollar stores, Horn disassembles, reconfigures, and breathes new life into the junk heap of youth culture.