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to be pulled down

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    {break (past: broke ; past participle: broken
    (vt. & n.) شکستن، خرد کردن، نقض کردن، شکاف، وقفه، طلوع، مهلت، شکست، از هم باز کردن، انقصال، شکستگی}
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    {dismantl [ dismantle:
    (vt.) بی مصرف کردن، پیاده کردن (ماشین آلات) عاری از سلاح یا اثاثه کردن]}
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    (n.) ویرانی، خرابی، ویران سازی، انهدام، تخریب
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