Synonyms and Antonyms of take down
1 to reduce to a lower standing in one's own eyes or in others' eyes there's no need to take us down by making fun of our clothes Synonyms of take down abase, chasten, cheapen, debase, degrade, demean, discredit, disgrace, dishonor, foul, humiliate, lower, shame, sink, smirch, humbleWords Related to take down abash, confound, confuse, discomfit, disconcert, discountenance, embarrass, faze, fluster, mortify, nonplus, rattle; belittle, castigate, criticize, cry down, decry, depreciate, detract, diminish, discount, disparage, minimize, put down, ridicule, write off; bad-mouth, defame, defile, libel, malign, slander; affront, insult; censure, condemn, damn, denounce, execrate, reprehend, reprobateNear Antonyms of take down acclaim, applaud, boast, celebrate, cheer, cite, commend, compliment, congratulate, decorate, eulogize, extol (also extoll), fete (or fête), hail, honor, laud, praise, salute, tout; acknowledge, recognize; highlight, play up, spotlight; dignify, ennoble, enshrine, ensky, enthrone, glorify, magnify; advance, boost, lift, promote, raise, upgrade, uplift; idealize, romanticizeAntonyms of take down aggrandize, canonize, deify, elevate, exalt
2 to take apart electricians will take down all the lights for the set after the play has finished its run Synonyms of take down break down, demount, dismantle, dismember, dismount, knock down, strike, disassembleWords Related to take down detach, disengage; break up, disaggregate, disarticulate, disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissever, disunite, divide, separateNear Antonyms of take down build, erect, pitch; combine, uniteAntonyms of take down assemble, construct
3 to make a written note of took down the customer's contact information Synonyms of take down jot (down), log, mark, note, put down, register, report, set down, record, write downWords Related to take down chronicle, minute, transcribe; enregister, enter, inscribe; chalk (up), notch, score
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