Recent Examples of teardown from the Web
The debate is likely to persist, as the pace of teardowns and rebuilds shows no sign of abating.
Teaming with the benchmarking company A2Mac1, McKinsey did physical teardowns of 10 electric-vehicle models that together, according to the firm, account for about 40 percent of all EVs ever produced.
Prairie Village has had more than 50 home teardowns in just the past two years: 31 in 2016 and 22 so far this year.
Other cities The teardown phenomenon has picked up especially since 2010, also affecting Fairway, Mission Hills and old Leawood.
Its plastic case is almost identical in dimensions to the circuit board packed inside, which is quite different in design than Nintendo's circuit board, as shown in the below teardown gallery.
This has been going on for decades, and the prices of even ordinary teardowns are beyond ludicrous.
Unless Billy Beane goes into full teardown mode, a healthy Sonny Gray and a decent bullpen (buoyed by Santiago Casilla) makes that improbable.
But the teardown is worth noting in light of a TechCrunch report from September that said Google is indeed building a touchscreen tabletop device.
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Examples of tear down in a Sentence
vandals tore down the wooden fence blocking the entrance to the beach
the new owners apparently bought the house just to tear it down and build a lavish mansion in its place
First Known Use of tear down
tear down Synonyms
Synonymsannihilate, cream, decimate, demolish, desolate, devastate, do in, extinguish, nuke, pull down, pulverize, raze, rub out, ruin, shatter, smash, destroy, total, vaporize, waste, wrack, wreck
Antonymsbuild, construct, erect, put up, raise, rear, set up
Related Wordsbeat, best, clobber, conquer, crush, defeat, drub, lick, master, overbear, overcome, overmatch, prevail (over), rout, scotch, skunk, subdue, surmount, thrash, trim, triumph (over), trounce, wallop, whip, win (against); blast, blow up, break, cripple, damage, deface, deteriorate, disfigure, disintegrate, dissolve, dynamite, harm, impair, injure, mangle, mar, mutilate, spoil, vitiate; erode, scour, sweep (away), wash out, wear (away); dilapidate, disassemble, dismantle, gut, take down, unbuild, undo, unmake; blot out, efface, eradicate, expunge, exterminate, extirpate, liquidate, obliterate, remove, root (out), snuff (out), stamp (out), wipe out; despoil, havoc, loot, pillage, plunder, ravage, sack, trample, trash, vandalize; assassinate, butcher, cut down, dispatch, execute, fell, kill, kill off, massacre, mow (down), murder, slaughter, slay, take out, zap
Near Antonymsdoctor, fix, mend, patch, recondition, repair, revamp; create, invent; assemble, fabricate, fashion, forge, form, frame, make, manufacture, mold, produce, shape; bring about, constitute, establish, father, found, institute, organize; conserve, preserve, protect, save; rebuild, reconstruct, remodel, renovate, restore
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