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disassemble


disassemble

verb

Definition of DISASSEMBLE

1
to take apart <they had to disassemble the television set in order to replace the wiring>
Near Antonyms build, erect, pitch; combine, unite
2
to go off in different directions and cease to exist as a body or unified whole <the class was slow to disassemble, many waiting around to ask the instructor some questions>
Near Antonyms congregate, gather, meet

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