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un·cap

 (ŭn-kăp′)
v. un·capped, un·cap·ping, un·caps
v.tr.
To remove the cap or covering of.
v.intr.
To remove one's head covering as a sign of deference.

uncap

(ʌnˈkæp)
vb, -caps, -capping or -capped
1. (tr) to remove a cap or top from (a container): to uncap a bottle.
2. to remove a cap from (the head)

uncap


Past participle: uncapped
Gerund: uncapping

Imperative
uncap
uncap
Present
I uncap
you uncap
he/she/it uncaps
we uncap
you uncap
they uncap
Preterite
I uncapped
you uncapped
he/she/it uncapped
we uncapped
you uncapped
they uncapped
Present Continuous
I am uncapping
you are uncapping
he/she/it is uncapping
we are uncapping
you are uncapping
they are uncapping
Present Perfect
I have uncapped
you have uncapped
he/she/it has uncapped
we have uncapped
you have uncapped
they have uncapped
Past Continuous
I was uncapping
you were uncapping
he/she/it was uncapping
we were uncapping
you were uncapping
they were uncapping
Past Perfect
I had uncapped
you had uncapped
he/she/it had uncapped
we had uncapped
you had uncapped
they had uncapped
Future
I will uncap
you will uncap
he/she/it will uncap
we will uncap
you will uncap
they will uncap
Future Perfect
I will have uncapped
you will have uncapped
he/she/it will have uncapped
we will have uncapped
you will have uncapped
they will have uncapped
Future Continuous
I will be uncapping
you will be uncapping
he/she/it will be uncapping
we will be uncapping
you will be uncapping
they will be uncapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uncapping
you have been uncapping
he/she/it has been uncapping
we have been uncapping
you have been uncapping
they have been uncapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uncapping
you will have been uncapping
he/she/it will have been uncapping
we will have been uncapping
you will have been uncapping
they will have been uncapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uncapping
you had been uncapping
he/she/it had been uncapping
we had been uncapping
you had been uncapping
they had been uncapping
Conditional
I would uncap
you would uncap
he/she/it would uncap
we would uncap
you would uncap
they would uncap
Past Conditional
I would have uncapped
you would have uncapped
he/she/it would have uncapped
we would have uncapped
you would have uncapped
they would have uncapped
Translations

uncap

[ˈʌnˈkæp] VTdestapar

uncap

vt bottleaufmachen, öffnen; taxnicht mehr kappen
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He then explained that after years of hectic negotiations and persuasion, a Technical Sub-Committee of the Federal Government agreed to uncap the NHP at the rate of Rs.
As its title makes clear, this Bill is intended to bring into effect the Government's commitment (announced in March 2009) to uncap the supply of Commonwealth-supported places (CSPs) in universities, as recommended by the Bradley Review.
Pocket a bottle of peppermint oil and uncap and sniff when your energy is flagging?