Deconstruct meaning

dē'kən-strŭkt'
To break down into components; dismantle.

A toxic substance that can be deconstructed into harmless chemicals.

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To analyze (a literary text, for example) by deconstruction or in such a way as to expose its underlying assumptions or implicit ideological stance.
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To adapt (a genre, style, or form) in a way that isolates familiar elements from their usual context in order to imply an ironic comment on the unspoken values of the original.
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To analyze (a text) by using deconstruction.
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To subject to rigorous analysis, as to reveal weakness or error.
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To take apart; disassemble.
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(often metaphorical) To break something down into its component parts.
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To analyse in terms of deconstruction (a philosophical theory of textual criticism).
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