Idiom: take someone down (take down someone)
— Whenever we take down a dictator either another one appears afterwards or there’s chaos.
— The board of directors is trying to take down the CEO of the company.
— What you did was incredible. If was if you fought Goliath and took him down.
— One of our best agents took the shooter down.
— If they try to take me down I will make sure everyone goes down with me.
— This training will enable us to better understand how to take down an active shooter in a crowded public arena.
— He is always anxious because his enemies are always plotting to take him down.
— As soon as I was promoted, I knew my former boss was going to try to take me down or get me to leave the company.
— Unfortunately, we have to use legal means to take the president down.
— I think our chairman decided resignation was a better scenario than having the board publicly take her down.
— We took the terrorist down after just 20 minutes but by that point he had killed more than 22 people.
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