Definition of "teardowns" [teardowns]

  • Plural form of teardown. (noun)

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Use "teardowns" in a sentence
  • "New York Times Editorial “Holding Back the Wrecking Ball” of July 8, 2008, which details the alarming increase in teardowns in historic neighborhoods in the wake of the subprime housing fallout and an interactive map of teardowns in the community of Westport, Connecticut."
  • "So-called teardowns are closely watched in the technology industry, because components makers are barred from publicly discussing the companies they supply."
  • "IFixit, based in San Luis Obispo, California, has become famous in the technology world for performing "teardowns" of Apple devices, often within hours or minutes of a new product launch."