take down

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Synonyms for take down

move something or somebody to a lower position

reduce in worth or character, usually verbally

tear down so as to make flat with the ground

make a written note of

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"By public demand, candidates Bong Go and Tolentino please take down your posters now," she said.
is defending plans to take down roughly 500 trees near Green Hill Park as part of efforts to eradicate the Asian longhorned beetle, saying such action is needed to protect the park from future infestation.
It seems Azzi was forced to take down the painting after members of the BIEL security team objected to the portrait being hung in a venue that serves alcohol.
VILLAGERS have scrapped plans to take down their Christmas tree because a bird has built a nest in it and laid an egg.
By contrast, a single shoulder-fired missile could take down a Boeing 747, killing up to 500 people.