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un·buck·le

 (ŭn-bŭk′əl)
v. un·buck·led, un·buck·ling, un·buck·les
v.tr.
To loosen or undo the buckle or buckles of.
v.intr.
1. To undo buckles.
2. Informal To relax.

unbuckle

(ʌnˈbʌkəl)
vb (tr)
to undo the buckle fastening something such as a belt or a shoe

un•buck•le

(ʌnˈbʌk əl)

v. -led, -ling. v.i.
1. to unfasten the buckle or buckles of.
v.i.
2. to undo a buckle.
[1350–1400]

unbuckle


Past participle: unbuckled
Gerund: unbuckling

Imperative
unbuckle
unbuckle
Present
I unbuckle
you unbuckle
he/she/it unbuckles
we unbuckle
you unbuckle
they unbuckle
Preterite
I unbuckled
you unbuckled
he/she/it unbuckled
we unbuckled
you unbuckled
they unbuckled
Present Continuous
I am unbuckling
you are unbuckling
he/she/it is unbuckling
we are unbuckling
you are unbuckling
they are unbuckling
Present Perfect
I have unbuckled
you have unbuckled
he/she/it has unbuckled
we have unbuckled
you have unbuckled
they have unbuckled
Past Continuous
I was unbuckling
you were unbuckling
he/she/it was unbuckling
we were unbuckling
you were unbuckling
they were unbuckling
Past Perfect
I had unbuckled
you had unbuckled
he/she/it had unbuckled
we had unbuckled
you had unbuckled
they had unbuckled
Future
I will unbuckle
you will unbuckle
he/she/it will unbuckle
we will unbuckle
you will unbuckle
they will unbuckle
Future Perfect
I will have unbuckled
you will have unbuckled
he/she/it will have unbuckled
we will have unbuckled
you will have unbuckled
they will have unbuckled
Future Continuous
I will be unbuckling
you will be unbuckling
he/she/it will be unbuckling
we will be unbuckling
you will be unbuckling
they will be unbuckling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unbuckling
you have been unbuckling
he/she/it has been unbuckling
we have been unbuckling
you have been unbuckling
they have been unbuckling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unbuckling
you will have been unbuckling
he/she/it will have been unbuckling
we will have been unbuckling
you will have been unbuckling
they will have been unbuckling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unbuckling
you had been unbuckling
he/she/it had been unbuckling
we had been unbuckling
you had been unbuckling
they had been unbuckling
Conditional
I would unbuckle
you would unbuckle
he/she/it would unbuckle
we would unbuckle
you would unbuckle
they would unbuckle
Past Conditional
I would have unbuckled
you would have unbuckled
he/she/it would have unbuckled
we would have unbuckled
you would have unbuckled
they would have unbuckled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unbuckle - undo the buckle ofunbuckle - undo the buckle of; "Unbuckle your seat belt"
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
buckle, clasp - fasten with a buckle or buckles
Translations
يَحُل، يَفُك
odepnout
lecsatol
spenna frá
atsprādzēt
odopnúť
tokasını çözmek/açmak

unbuckle

[ˈʌnˈbʌkl] VTdesabrochar

unbuckle

[ʌnˈbʌkəl] vt [+ seat belt, belt, shoes, sandals] → déboucler

unbuckle

unbuckle

[ʌnˈbʌkl] vtslacciare

unbuckle

(anˈbakl) verb
to undo the buckle or buckles of. He unbuckled his belt.

unbuckle

vt desabrochar(se)
References in classic literature ?
The men unbuckled their knapsacks and filled them with those precious things.
Mr Haredale unbuckled his sword and laid it on the table, with a pair of pocket pistols; then told the locksmith he would light him to the door.
So saying he unbuckled his baldric with the bugle, took a feather from his cap, and gave them to Wamba; then drew a vizard from his pouch, and, repeating his charges to them to stand fast, went to execute his purposes of reconnoitring.
Then he unbuckled his scabbard, laid it and the sword aside, and walked deliberately over to the oak thicket.
Who told you, Raoul," said the comte, placing his cloak and hat in the hands of Grimaud, who had unbuckled his sword, "who told you that my voyage was a dangerous one?
continued the captain, and at the same time he gently unbuckled the gypsy's girdle.
Upon this, without more ado, Robin Hood unbuckled his sword from his side and handed it to the other, who thrust it with his own beneath his arm.
She gave him a quick scrutiny that was almost woman-like, then sighed with relief as she unbuckled the heavy belt and passed it to him.
Unbuckled passengers can get ejected through the front, rear or side windows, resulting in death.
He slid down to the floor, unbuckled his belt and put his hands inside his trousers.
Braudy, a journalist and author, says the actor unbuckled his belt, put his hand into his trousers and fondled himself in her presence.
Unbuckled passengers can very easily be ejected through the front, rear or side windows, resulting in fatal consequences, he added.