pull apart

pull apart
1) v + o + adv
a) (separate) separar
b) (pull to pieces) destrozar*, hacer* pedazos
2) v + o + adv, v + adv + o (criticize) \<\<book/show\>\> poner* por el suelo or por los suelos; \<\<argument/theory\>\> echar por tierra, demoler*
3) v + adv (become separate) separarse
1. VT + ADV
1) (=separate) separar; (=take apart) desmontar
2) (fig) * (=search thoroughly) registrar de arriba abajo, revolver
3) (fig) * (=criticize) deshacer, hacer pedazos
2.
VI + ADV

they pull apart easily — se separan fácilmente

* * *
1) v + o + adv
a) (separate) separar
b) (pull to pieces) destrozar*, hacer* pedazos
2) v + o + adv, v + adv + o (criticize) \<\<book/show\>\> poner* por el suelo or por los suelos; \<\<argument/theory\>\> echar por tierra, demoler*
3) v + adv (become separate) separarse

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

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