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Definition of "take apart" [take apart]

  • To dismantle something into it's component pieces. (verb)
  • To soundly defeat someone, or a team (verb)
  • To criticise someone (verb)
  • To move someone away from others to be able to talk to, or give them something in private. (verb)

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Use "take apart" in a sentence
  • "Tell him to go screw, the devil half of her screamed, he needs you more than you need him, you've got the reins of Par-Con, you know where the bodies are buried, you can take apart what you helped to create."