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Demolish vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

demolish | unbuild |


As verbs the difference between demolish and unbuild

is that demolish is to destroy; to destruct while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

Terms vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

terms | unbuild |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb unbuild is

to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

Unbuild vs Unbuilt - What's the difference?

unbuild | unbuilt |


As a verb unbuild

is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

As an adjective unbuilt is

not built.

Upbuild vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

upbuild | unbuild |


In lang=en terms the difference between upbuild and unbuild

is that upbuild is to build up; to develop (figuratively) while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

As verbs the difference between upbuild and unbuild

is that upbuild is to build up (literally) while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

Inbuild vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

inbuild | unbuild |


As verbs the difference between inbuild and unbuild

is that inbuild is to build in, construct in such a way as to possess an integral part, include while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

As a noun inbuild

is something built-in, structure, a construct.

Deconstruct vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

deconstruct | unbuild |


As verbs the difference between deconstruct and unbuild

is that deconstruct is to break something down into its component parts while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

Dismantle vs Unbuild - What's the difference?

dismantle | unbuild |


In lang=en terms the difference between dismantle and unbuild

is that dismantle is to take apart; to disassemble; to take to pieces while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).

As verbs the difference between dismantle and unbuild

is that dismantle is (originally) to divest, strip of dress or covering while unbuild is to dismantle or deconstruct (something previously built).