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(v) to cut apart; to go into full detail. Origin: L dis-, apart+ secare, to cut He could dissect a car and put it together again. When the journalist asked the film director why most of his films were fairy-tale-like and totally divorced from reality, he replied that the common man watched movies to dream, not to dissect. To cut apart animal tissue for study is called animal dissection.

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