a taking apart; disassembly.
a house or other building that is purchased with the intention of tearing it down and replacing it with another, more expensive structure.
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How to use teardown in a sentence
However, none of those stars were with the club past 2016, by which point the Phillies had already begun an ambitious teardown on the same order as the Houston Astros and Chicago Cubs before them.
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I walked away with a bunch of notes to reorganize my pitch deck, and I’ve watched the pitch deck teardown videos multiple times, including side by side with my pitch deck.Day two: Don’t miss today’s pitch-off at TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and Fundraising | Alexandra Ames | July 9, 2021 | TechCrunch
As an outsider, I’ve witnessed the effect that the teardown of the old Chargers stadium has had on San Diegans.Environment Report: The Chargers Stadium’s Circle of Life | MacKenzie Elmer | March 29, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
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British Dictionary definitions for tear down
(tr, adverb) to destroy or demolish: to tear a wall down; to tear down an argument
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Other Idioms and Phrases with teardown
Demolish, take apart, as in They tore down the old tenements, or He loved to tear down old engines. [Early 1600s]
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