15/ABR/2006 9:56 PM
1 to remove a structure, especially by separating it into pieces:
to take down a tent / fence * Workmen arrived to take down the scaffolding.
2 to pull down a piece of clothing worn below the waist without completely removing it:
to take down your trousers / pants
3 to write sth down:
Reporters took down every word of his speech.
1 the state of being extremely tired or ill, either physically or mentally, because you have worked too hard
2 the point at which a rocket has used all of its fuel and has no more power
Ou simplesmente borrachão
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