Origin of takedown
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How to use takedown in a sentence
Issa used this very same format of takedown against DeMaio that DeMaio’s using against Faulconer – fear about unauthorized immigrants and extreme conclusions about fiscal policy and homelessness.
Now, every morning, I wake up and drink my coffee and have to go through probably 20 a day and have to issue a rights takedown for all of them.Future of TV Briefing: The ad-supported streaming war officially kicks off in 2021|Tim Peterson|January 13, 2021|Digiday
One of the California-based firm’s best-known takedowns came closer to home.Little Big Shorts: How tiny ‘activist’ firms became sheriffs in the stock market’s Wild West|Bernhard Warner|December 3, 2020|Fortune
You can see that because even with the takedowns Microsoft and Cyber Command have tried, they’re still able to operate.A wave of ransomware hits US hospitals as coronavirus spikes|Patrick Howell ONeill|October 29, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Firms like Apple already operate within China while adhering to frequent takedown requests.It’s getting harder for tech companies to bridge the US-China divide|Amy Nordrum|September 21, 2020|MIT Technology Review
What specific actresses did the movie studios send you takedown notices for?The Movie Nudity Maestro: Jim McBride on 15 Years of Mr. Skin and That Scarlett Johansson Scene|Marlow Stern|August 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“If you can land el Chapo, you can land anyone,” he says of a recent takedown.
Online, he railed against his dismissal, posting on Tumblr a bitter takedown of the network and studio.
But surprisingly for such a blistering parental salvo, response to the viral takedown was largely positive.Nick Crews’s Daughter on Her Dad’s Viral Smackdown|Lizzie Crocker|December 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Read Michael Moynihan's takedown of Oliver Stone's newest production: The Untold History of the United States.
In the quiver was the bow, a takedown model, and three dozen arrows.The Pirates of Shan|Harold Leland Goodwin
British Dictionary definitions for takedown
Other Idioms and Phrases with takedown
Bring from a higher position to a lower one, as in After the sale they took down all the signs. [c. 1300]
Take apart, dismantle, as in They took down the scaffolding. [Mid-1500s]
Humble or humiliate; see take down a notch.
Record in writing, as in Please take down all these price quotations. [Early 1700s]