deconstructed, deconstructing, deconstructs
To break down into components; dismantle.
A toxic substance that can be deconstructed into harmless chemicals.
To analyze (a text) by using deconstruction.
To subject to rigorous analysis, as to reveal weakness or error.
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.
To take apart; disassemble.
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