takedown

or take-down

[ teyk-doun ]
/ ˈteɪkˌdaʊn /

adjective

made or constructed so as to be easily dismantled or disassembled.
Finance. takeout(def 8).

noun

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Origin of takedown

First recorded in 1890–95; adj., noun use of verb phrase take down
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