take apart

[ uh-pahrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF take apart

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKE APART

This style of forming was also easier to take apart after the setting of the concrete.

Take apart and clean bicycle and put together again properly.

This method will allow one quickly to assemble or take apart the plane and store it in a small place.

Those of the boxes which you do not use whole you should take apart carefully (see Withdrawing Nails).

Screw the shelves in place (see Screws) to see that everything is right, then take apart and finish.

Of course this is not a good method for work which you may wish to take apart again.

Seam it up and try it on, having it fitted nicely, then cut along the seam and take apart.

It could be soothing to take apart and reassemble a complex mechanism, and sometimes you got ideas from it.

Take apart the main and secondary valves and clean thoroughly, seeing that all parts are in good working order.

The only parts of a rifle that an enlisted man is permitted to take apart are the bolt mechanism and the magazine mechanism.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French à part "to the side," from Latin ad "to" (see ad-) + partem, accusative of pars "a side" (see part (n.)).

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