take down

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

take down

verb

Definition of TAKE DOWN

transitive verb
1
:  to lower without removing <took down his pants>
2
a :  to pull to pieces <take down a building>
b :  disassemble <take a rifle down>
3
:  to lower the spirit or vanity of
4
a :  to write down <took down some notes>
b :  to record by mechanical means
intransitive verb
:  to become seized or attacked especially by illness

Examples of TAKE DOWN

  1. <there's no need to take us down by making fun of our clothes>
  2. <electricians will take down all the lights for the set after the play has finished its run>

First Known Use of TAKE DOWN

15th century

Rhymes with TAKE DOWN

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