(v.) = break down ; break into + parts ; break up ; pull apart ; disaggregate ; dissect ; parse ; break out ; break out into. Ex: The holdings are broken down into several volumes, shown as the next level of the pyramid. Ex: Break complex statements into parts if you'are not sure how to apply the restrictor. Ex: Subarrangement at entry terms can break up long sequences of entries listed under the same keyword. Ex: All these bits of raw material -- these 'chunks of reality' as McNair calls them -- are encapsulated in a carefully organized and well-rounded whole, which the reader must pull apart and put together again. Ex: Outcomes can be disaggregated along age, class, ethnic, racial, & gender dimensions. Ex: GMMA has developed a layered approach to visual indexing that dissects the objects, style and implication of each image, so that the indexing system can accommodate all potential approaches to the material. Ex: This is only possible if the incoming message has an identifiable structure that can be parsed and converted to resemble a protocol message. Ex: Turnaround managers want current financial and working capital analyses broken out by cost/profit centres. Ex: The categories in Figure 1 could easily be broken out into additional subdivisions = Las cagegorías de la Figura 1 se puede descomponer fácilmente en subdivisiones adicionales. ---- * descomponer en = break down into ; break up into. * descomponer las cosas = take + things apart. * descomponerse = disintegrate ; rot ; decompose ; putrefy. * descomponerse en = break into.