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Definition of Dissect


  1. To divide into separate parts; to cut in pieces; to separate and expose the parts of, as an animal or a plant, for examination and to show their structure and relations; to anatomize.
  2. To analyze, for the purposes of science or criticism; to divide and examine minutely.

Dissect Quotations

Listen, if you don't talk big game, you never get anywhere. If you don't think big, you don't get big. Some people call it egotistical, some people call it high hopes, some people call it confidence. It's all in how you want to dissect it.
Vanilla Ice

My challenge when I came back was to face the young talent, dissect their games, and show them maybe that they needed to learn more about the game than just the money aspect.
Michael Jordan

Psychologists, for reasons of clinical necessity or vagaries of temperament, have chosen to dissect and catalog the morbid emotions - depression, anger, anxiety - and to leave largely unexamined the more vital, positive ones.
Kay Redfield Jamison

We dissect failure a lot more than we dissect success.
Matthew McConaughey

I can fall in love in a simple way, but I can dissect it in such an intense fashion when it ends.
Ellie Goulding
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Dissect Translations

dissect in Dutch is doorsnijden, sectie verrichten
dissect in French is sectionner
dissect in German is seziere, aufgliedern, aufgliedern, sezieren
dissect in Latin is perseco
dissect in Spanish is disecar
dissect in Swedish is dissikera, obducera
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