disassemble


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disassemble

[‚dis·ə′sem·bəl]
(computer science)
To translate a program from machine language to assembly language to aid in its understanding.
(engineering)
To take apart into constituent parts.
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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.
Some 350 workers - about 50 more than needed for Endeavour, the last orbiter in for modifications in Palmdale - will disassemble, inspect, replace parts and modernize Atlantis.
The injection-molded plastic bulk container with 48 x 44-inch base maximizes space utilization in refrigerated containers when full, and then easily disassembles for a return ratio of 5 to 1.
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.
By scavenging garage sales, souvenir shops, and dollar stores, Horn disassembles, reconfigures, and breathes new life into the junk heap of youth culture.