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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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(2) Disassembling engine pushes inbound train through the hump after necessary technical inspections, and then the railcars from dissembling run on different marshalling tracks.
As we were disassembling this particular wheel, the first two sets of nuts and bolts came off easily.
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Using what is described as a two-position key system, Theysohn says it has eliminated many of the problems of disassembling a screw after prolonged use.