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dismantle

verb   /dɪˈsmæn.tl̩/
to take a machine apart or to come apart into separate pieces desmontar She dismantled the washing machine to see what the problem was, but couldn’t put it back together again. The good thing about the bike is that it dismantles if you want to put it in the back of the car.1967
(Definition of dismantle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dismantle

verb /disˈmӕntl/
to pull down or take to pieces desmontar, desarmar The wardrobe was so large that we had to dismantle it to get it down the stairs.
(Definition of dismantle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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