In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(take apart)(machinery) desmontar(scaffolding) desmantelar(scaffolding) desmontar(piece of furniture) desmontar(piece of furniture) desarmar
- They announced the intention of dismantling the state rationing system?
- It emphasises that the old corroboration regime has been dismantled.
- The old scoreboard was dismantled recently and will be replaced by a new electronic one in the next few weeks.
- Alan Mackay then got to his feet and spoke for 40 minutes, dismantling the prosecution's position.
- Instead of discovering the profound truths of human reality, deconstruction dismantles them and reveals them to be illusions.
- Residents only knew of plans for this when we asked workmen who were dismantling the old and vandalised pieces of play equipment.
- He kicked off his first term with demands to make cut-backs and set about dismantling the old regime.
- The Scottish Parliament is already in the process of dismantling our antiquated feudal system of land laws.
- By dismantling shabby sheds and old lanes, the residents can move to much better houses.
- The scale, which can be dismantled, is leveled with the floor of the building.
- It is likely the tower will be dismantled piece by piece using a large crane and a scaffold to support the remaining structure.
- The regime has been dismantling land reforms brought in during the 1950s and 1960s.
- So, yesterday, Graham tackled the job of dismantling the frame, pulling out the old mount, and putting a new one in its place.
- To dismantle the alarm box and break through these very solid security doors will have taken a lot of time, effort and skill.
- He then talks about dismantling settlements, something settlers are happy to do if it is in return for peace.
- Ireland had set about dismantling England's ambitious plans with such zeal that to fall at the final fence was unthinkable.
- City officials originally requested that owners of these establishments voluntarily dismantle the offending structures.
- The chimney, built in the late 1800s, was due to be demolished by dismantling it brick by brick.
- They set about dismantling the old whaling station and raised the Argentine flag.
- Imagine dismantling an expensive film set that has not come out to the expectations of the art director.
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