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translation - dismantled

dismantled (adj.)

مفكّك, مهدّم

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analogical dictionary


décomposer en éléments (fr)[Classe]

régler (fr)[Classe]

décider (fr)[Classe]

clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick into[ClasseHyper.]

enlever (des vêtements) (fr)[Classe]

put on one's clothes; dress; get dressed[Classe]

(contravention; transgression; invasion; offense; penal offence; breach of the law; infraction of the law; infringement of the law; transgression of the law; violation of the law; lapse; misdemeanor; misdemeanour; infraction; violation; infringement; breach; desecration; evildoing), (legal rule; rule of law), (justice)[Thème]

(fundamental law; organic law; constitution), (act; bill; law)[Thème]

pièce mécanique (fr)[DomaineCollocation]



arouse, elicit, enkindle, evoke, fire, kindle, provoke, raise, vellicate - change state, turn - performer, performing artist - blow, bump - remove, shift, strip off, take, take away, withdraw - alter, change[Hyper.]

dressing, grooming - apparel, clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, vesture, wearing apparel - array, raiment, regalia, trappings - attire, dress, garb - article of clothing, clothing, dress, habiliment, outfit, vesture, wear, wearable - clothing, garment - actor's assistant, dresser - ecdysiast, exotic dancer, peeler, stripper, striptease, striptease artist, stripteaser - dash, smash - knock, strike hard - bang, slam - bash, bonk, bop, sock, whap, whop - blast, boom, nail, smash - belt - bang up, smash, smash up, squash - undress[Dérivé]

strip, strip show, striptease, strip-tease[PersonneQuiFait]

draw, reap - apparel, clad, dress, get dressed, put on one's clothes - doll o.s. up, dress, plume, preen, primp, spruce o.s. up - dress, dress up - apparel, clothe, dress, enclothe, fit out, garb, garment, habilitate, raiment, tog[Domaine]

bare o.s., discase, dismantle, disrobe, get nude, peel, strip, strip down, uncase, unclothe, undress[Ant.]

dismantle (v. tr.)



dismantle (v. tr.)


détériorer, casser qqch (fr)[Classe]

cause damage; do damage; injure; prejudice; put at a disadvantage; cause damage to; impair; be bad for; do harm[Classe]

niveau (outil) (fr)[Classe]

outil de menuiserie-charpenterie (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

cut through; cleave[Classe]

rise; arise; get up; stand up; set upright; place on end; put on end; stand on end; set up; put up; raise; raise up; set up right; rear; erect[Classe]

construct; set up; knock up; build[Classe]

casser (fr)[Thème]


(whole; entirety; fullness; fulness; wholeness; totality), (all; anything; everything)[Caract.]







symbole des francs-maçons (fr)[Symbolise]

undo, unmake - surface - indicator - demolition, destruction, wipeout - displace, move - disunite, divide, divorce, part, separate - build, construct, knock up, make, put up, set up[Hyper.]

destruction, devastation - destroyer, guided missile destroyer - destroyer, ruiner, undoer, uprooter, waster - destructive - destructible - demolish, pull down, pulverise, pulverize - break down, demolish, destroy, dismantle, level, pull down, rase, raze, take down, tear down - even out, level, level off, level out - even, even out, flush, level, make even - pull, pulling - draw, haul - draft, draught, drawing - dragger, industrial tow tractor, industrial tractor, puller, towing tractor, tow tractor, tractor truck, tugger - force - rupture - tear - breakage, crack, kink, snap - rent, rip, snag, split, tear - rupture - erecting, erection - erection[Dérivé]

carpenter's level - survey leveling instrument, survey levelling instrument, surveyor's level, telescopic levelling instrument[Desc]

pull - draw, pull - building, construction[Domaine]

lay, place, pose, position, put, set[Analogie]

force, push[Ant.]

dismantle (v. tr.)




dismantled (adj.)

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