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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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The 18 E-class Mercedes-Benz that they found in his possession had all been disassembled for sale as spare parts, the ISF statement said.
These engines are disassembled by hand by workers who do not throw away a single bolt or screw.
Miller, however, says that he's not ready to accept the idea that the Argentine ants disassembled the community.
In developing countries, used batteries are disassembled manually by workers wearing no gear to protect them from the potentially toxic lead dust and vapors.
What we once knew in the ancient world, more than ever, has relevance today; that the ancient Mishkan, the tent assembled and disassembled for forty years throughout the journey of the People of Israel, was critical to creating and holding a newly formed community from a nomadic people in a land that was ownerless and free.
technicians packed up their equipment and the last parts of a disassembled EP-3 reconnaissance plane before leaving China's Hainan Island for the United States, the U.
When the helicopters arrived at Coleman Barracks, they were disassembled and shrink-wrapped.
The celestial globes which used to hang in the auditorium have long been removed (but, like most other disassembled parts of the original design, they have been carefully stored).
Consisting primarily of disassembled and elaborately re-fused bedroom furniture, it also felt more vulnerable than her institutional installations; the furniture's association with body parts emphasized this sense of proximity and intimacy.
My wheelchair, disassembled, was stowed in the trunk.
And when it wouldn't fire and he couldn't get it disassembled, he sold it.