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to dismantle

  • 1 desmantelar

    v.
    1 to clear out, to strip.
    2 to dismantle, to put apart, to strip down, to take down.
    Desmantelé las tarimas I dismantled the dais.
    3 to overthrow.
    Desmantelamos el gobierno We overthrew the government.
    * * *
    1 to dismantle
    2 MARÍTIMO to dismast, unrig
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    1. VT
    1) (=desmontar) [+ base, fábrica] to dismantle; [+ máquina] to strip down; [+ andamio] to take down; [+ casa] to strip of its contents
    2) [+ organización] to disband; [+ pandilla] to break up
    3) (Náut) to unrig
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) < fortificación> to dismantle; <stand/escenario> to take down, dismantle

    le desmantelaron la casa/el coche — they stripped his house/car

    b) < organización> to dismantle
    c) < barco> ( desarbolar) to dismast; ( desaparejar) to unrig
    * * *
    Ex. The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.
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    verbo transitivo
    a) < fortificación> to dismantle; <stand/escenario> to take down, dismantle

    le desmantelaron la casa/el coche — they stripped his house/car

    b) < organización> to dismantle
    c) < barco> ( desarbolar) to dismast; ( desaparejar) to unrig
    * * *

    Ex: The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.

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    vt
    1 ‹fortificación› to dismantle; ‹stand/escenario› to take down, dismantle
    le desmantelaron el carro en cinco minutos they stripped his car in five minutes
    2 ‹organización› to dismantle
    3 ‹barco› (desarbolar) to dismast; (desaparejar) to unrig
    * * *

    desmantelar ( conjugate desmantelar) verbo transitivo
    to dismantle;
    coche to strip
    desmantelar verbo transitivo
    1 to dismantle
    2 Náut to dismast, unrig
    ' desmantelar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    crack
    - dismantle
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    1. [casa, fábrica] to clear out, to strip;
    [organización criminal] to break up; [arsenal, instalaciones] to dismantle; [quiosco, andamios] to take down
    2. [barco] to dismast, to strip of masts
    * * *
    v/t
    2 barco demast
    * * *
    desmontar: to dismantle

    Spanish-English dictionary > desmantelar

  • 2 desarticular

    v.
    1 to dislocate (huesos).
    2 to disarticulate, to disjoint, to unhinge.
    Ricardo desarticuló la estantería Richard disarticulated the shelves.
    3 to dismember, to bust up.
    La policía desarticuló a los rebeldes The police busted the rebels up.
    4 to disorganize.
    La policía desarticuló la fiesta The police disorganized the party.
    * * *
    1 MEDICINA to disarticulate, put out of joint, dislocate
    2 (un mecanismo) to take to pieces
    3 figurado (organización, banda, plan, etc) to break up, dismantle
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    VT
    1) (=desarmar) [+ máquina, reloj] to take apart, take to pieces; [+ pandilla] to break up
    2) [+ codo, rodilla] to dislocate
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    verbo transitivo
    1) < organización> to dismantle, break up; < conspiración> to foil, thwart
    2) <artefacto/mecanismo> to take... to pieces, dismantle
    * * *
    = dismember, spoil, dismantle, break up, foil, thwart.
    Ex. Books can seldom be disbound for the benefit of bibliographers (although it is worth remembering that they sometimes have to be rebound, when they are completely dismembered), but we can now see through printing ink by means of betaradiography.
    Ex. But if set-off did occur and threatened to set back and spoil subsequent impressions of the first forme, the tympan cloth could be rubbed over with lye to clean it.
    Ex. The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.
    Ex. Subarrangement at entry terms can break up long sequences of entries listed under the same keyword.
    Ex. The author considers the incidence of arson in US libraries and some ways of foiling arsonists through constant vigilance and observation of library users.
    Ex. A public library's design can go far in either reinforcing or thwarting the intimacy of reading and in determining its success -- functionally, aesthetically and financially.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) < organización> to dismantle, break up; < conspiración> to foil, thwart
    2) <artefacto/mecanismo> to take... to pieces, dismantle
    * * *
    = dismember, spoil, dismantle, break up, foil, thwart.

    Ex: Books can seldom be disbound for the benefit of bibliographers (although it is worth remembering that they sometimes have to be rebound, when they are completely dismembered), but we can now see through printing ink by means of betaradiography.

    Ex: But if set-off did occur and threatened to set back and spoil subsequent impressions of the first forme, the tympan cloth could be rubbed over with lye to clean it.
    Ex: The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.
    Ex: Subarrangement at entry terms can break up long sequences of entries listed under the same keyword.
    Ex: The author considers the incidence of arson in US libraries and some ways of foiling arsonists through constant vigilance and observation of library users.
    Ex: A public library's design can go far in either reinforcing or thwarting the intimacy of reading and in determining its success -- functionally, aesthetically and financially.

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    vt
    A ‹banda› to break up, dismantle; ‹conspiración› to foil, thwart
    B
    1 ‹hombro/dedo› to dislocate
    2 ‹artefacto/mecanismo› to take … to pieces, dismantle
    «hombro/dedo» to get dislocated
    * * *

    desarticular verbo transitivo to dismantle
    desarticular una red de narcotráfico, to break up a ring of drug traffickers
    ' desarticular' also found in these entries:
    English:
    smash
    - break
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    vt
    1. [huesos, miembros] to dislocate
    2. [organización, banda] to break up;
    [plan] to foil
    3. [máquina, artefacto] to take apart, to dismantle
    See also the pronominal verb desarticularse
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    v/t
    1 banda criminal break up
    2 MED dislocate
    * * *
    1) dislocar: to dislocate
    2) : to break up, to dismantle

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarticular

  • 3 desestructurar

    v.
    to deconstruct, to dismantle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desestructurar

См. также в других словарях:

  • Dismantle — Dis*man tle, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dismantled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dismantling}.] [F. d[ e]manteler, OF. desmanteler; pref: des (L. dis ) + manteler to cover with a cloak, defend, fr. mantel, F. manteau, cloak. See {Mantle}.] 1. To strip or deprive… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dismantle — index break (separate), destroy (void), disable, disjoint, disorganize, dissolve (separate) …   Law dictionary

  • dismantle — 1570s, from M.Fr. desmanteler to tear down the walls of a fortress, lit. strip of a cloak, from des off, away (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + manteler to cloak (see MANTLE (Cf. mantle)). Related: Dismantled; dismantling …   Etymology dictionary

  • dismantle — divest, *strip, denude, bare Contrasted words: *furnish, equip, outfit, appoint …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dismantle — [v] take apart annihilate, bankrupt, bare, break down, break up, decimate, demolish, denudate, denude, deprive, destroy, disassemble, dismember, dismount, disrobe, divest, fell, knock down, level, part out, pull down, raze, ruin, strike, strip,… …   New thesaurus

  • dismantle — ► VERB ▪ take to pieces. DERIVATIVES dismantlement noun dismantler noun. ORIGIN Old French desmanteler, from manteler fortify …   English terms dictionary

  • dismantle — [dis mant′ l] vt. dismantled, dismantling [OFr desmanteller, to take off one s cloak: see DIS & MANTLE] 1. to strip of covering 2. to strip (a house, ship, etc.) of furniture, equipment, means of defense, etc. 3. to take apart; disassemble SYN.… …   English World dictionary

  • dismantle — UK [dɪsˈmænt(ə)l] / US verb [transitive] Word forms dismantle : present tense I/you/we/they dismantle he/she/it dismantles present participle dismantling past tense dismantled past participle dismantled 1) to separate the parts of something such… …   English dictionary

  • dismantle — /dɪsˈmæntl / (say dis mantl) verb (t) (dismantled, dismantling) 1. to deprive or strip of apparatus, furniture, equipment, defences, etc.: to dismantle a ship; to dismantle a fortress. 2. to pull down; take apart; take to pieces: to dismantle the …   Australian English dictionary

  • dismantle — [[t]dɪ̱smæ̱nt(ə)l[/t]] dismantles, dismantling, dismantled 1) VERB If you dismantle a machine or structure, you carefully separate it into its different parts. [V n] He asked for immediate help from the United States to dismantle the warheads. 2) …   English dictionary

  • dismantle — dismantlement, n. dismantler, n. /dis man tl/, v.t., dismantled, dismantling. 1. to deprive or strip of apparatus, furniture, equipment, defenses, etc.: to dismantle a ship; to dismantle a fortress. 2. to disassemble or pull down; take apart:… …   Universalium

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