Attested since the 16th century CE; from Middle French demoliss-, the stem of some conjugated forms of the verb demolir (“to destroy”, “to tear down”), from Latin dēmōlior (“I tear down”).
demolish (third-person singular simple present demolishes, present participle demolishing, simple past and past participle demolished)
- To destroy.
- (transitive, figuratively) To defeat or consume utterly (as a theory, belief or opponent).
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