Definition of Take apart

1. Verb. Take apart into its constituent pieces.

Exact synonyms: Break Apart, Break Up, Disassemble, Dismantle
Generic synonyms: Destroy, Destruct
Antonyms: Assemble
Derivative terms: Dismantlement, Dismantling

2. Verb. Divide into pieces. "The Empire was discerped after the war"
Exact synonyms: Discerp, Dismember
Generic synonyms: Divide, Part, Separate

3. Verb. Make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of; break down into components or essential features. "Analyze a chemical compound"
Exact synonyms: Analyse, Analyze, Break Down, Dissect
Specialized synonyms: Parse, Botanise, Botanize
Derivative terms: Analyser, Analyst, Analyzer, Breakdown, Dissection, Dissection
Antonyms: Synthesize

Definition of Take apart

1. Verb. to dismantle something into it's component pieces. ¹

2. Verb. to soundly defeat someone, or a team ¹

3. Verb. to criticise someone ¹

4. Verb. to move someone away from others to be able to talk to, or give them something in private. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Take Apart

take a stab at
take a stand
take a tumble
take a turn for the better
take a turn for the worse
take a whizz
take a wicket
take aback
take account
take action
take advantage
take advantage of
take after
take against
take aim
take apart (current term)
take arms
take away
take away from
take back
take by storm
take care
take care of
take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves
take chances
take charge
take command
take control
take courage
take cover

Literary usage of Take apart

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Remarks on the Proposals Made to Great Britain for Opening Negotiations for by William Roscoe (1808)
"a negotiation for a maritime peace, " upon a basis suitable to the recipro- "• cal interests of the powers who may " take apart in it. ..."

2. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud by Michael Levi Rodkinson (1903)
"Buta advised Herod to take apart the old Temple for the purpose of building a ... One must not take apart," etc.? If you wish, you may say he saw a sign of ..."

3. A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Dictionary by James Curtis Hepburn (1886)
"SU h 9 ^\ -J- T, Jfc, ^); tv To separate, to take away, to take from, take apart. ... tY To accidentally, to take apart, to remove. ..."

4. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"Buta advised Herod to take apart the old Temple for the purpose of building a new one. Was this not against the law, as declared above by R. ..."

5. Remarks on the Proposals Made to Great Britain for Opening Negotiations for by William Roscoe (1808)
"a negotiation for a maritime peace, " upon a basis suitable to the recipro- "• cal interests of the powers who may " take apart in it. ..."

6. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud by Michael Levi Rodkinson (1903)
"Buta advised Herod to take apart the old Temple for the purpose of building a ... One must not take apart," etc.? If you wish, you may say he saw a sign of ..."

7. A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Dictionary by James Curtis Hepburn (1886)
"SU h 9 ^\ -J- T, Jfc, ^); tv To separate, to take away, to take from, take apart. ... tY To accidentally, to take apart, to remove. ..."

8. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"Buta advised Herod to take apart the old Temple for the purpose of building a new one. Was this not against the law, as declared above by R. ..."

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