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un·chain

 (ŭn-chān′)
tr.v. un·chained, un·chain·ing, un·chains
To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.

un·chain′a·ble adj.

unchain

(ʌnˈtʃeɪn)
vb (tr)
1. to remove a chain or chains from
2. to set at liberty; make free

un•chain

(ʌnˈtʃeɪn)

v.t.
to free from or as if from chains; set free.
[1575–85]
un•chain′a•ble, adj.

unchain


Past participle: unchained
Gerund: unchaining

Imperative
unchain
unchain
Present
I unchain
you unchain
he/she/it unchains
we unchain
you unchain
they unchain
Preterite
I unchained
you unchained
he/she/it unchained
we unchained
you unchained
they unchained
Present Continuous
I am unchaining
you are unchaining
he/she/it is unchaining
we are unchaining
you are unchaining
they are unchaining
Present Perfect
I have unchained
you have unchained
he/she/it has unchained
we have unchained
you have unchained
they have unchained
Past Continuous
I was unchaining
you were unchaining
he/she/it was unchaining
we were unchaining
you were unchaining
they were unchaining
Past Perfect
I had unchained
you had unchained
he/she/it had unchained
we had unchained
you had unchained
they had unchained
Future
I will unchain
you will unchain
he/she/it will unchain
we will unchain
you will unchain
they will unchain
Future Perfect
I will have unchained
you will have unchained
he/she/it will have unchained
we will have unchained
you will have unchained
they will have unchained
Future Continuous
I will be unchaining
you will be unchaining
he/she/it will be unchaining
we will be unchaining
you will be unchaining
they will be unchaining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unchaining
you have been unchaining
he/she/it has been unchaining
we have been unchaining
you have been unchaining
they have been unchaining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unchaining
you will have been unchaining
he/she/it will have been unchaining
we will have been unchaining
you will have been unchaining
they will have been unchaining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unchaining
you had been unchaining
he/she/it had been unchaining
we had been unchaining
you had been unchaining
they had been unchaining
Conditional
I would unchain
you would unchain
he/she/it would unchain
we would unchain
you would unchain
they would unchain
Past Conditional
I would have unchained
you would have unchained
he/she/it would have unchained
we would have unchained
you would have unchained
they would have unchained
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unchain - remove the chains fromunchain - remove the chains from    
unfasten - cause to become undone; "unfasten your belt"
chain - fasten or secure with chains; "Chain the chairs together"
2.unchain - make freeunchain - make free        
free, loose, unloose, unloosen, release, liberate - grant freedom to; free from confinement
Translations
vapauttaa

unchain

[ˈʌnˈtʃeɪn] VTdesencadenar

unchain

vt dog, prisonerlosketten, losbinden; doordie Sicherheitskette (+gen)lösen; (fig liter: = free) → befreien, erlösen; heartfreigeben
References in classic literature ?
Tom couldn't back down after all this, so he said, "All right, unchain him;" and the blacksmith done it, and we started home and left that old man laughing yet.
When he saw my horse's breast fairly pushing the barrier, he did put out his hand to unchain it, and then sullenly preceded me up the causeway, calling, as we entered the court, - 'Joseph, take Mr.
It was as if the honest fellow had been commanded to unchain a tiger.
He needed only this to unchain his full strength, for of all things in the Jungle the wild elephant enraged is the most wantonly destructive.
Boythorn maintained a sentry in a smock-frock day and night, whose duty was supposed to be, in cases of aggression, immediately to ring a large bell hung up there for the purpose, to unchain a great bull-dog established in a kennel as his ally, and generally to deal destruction on the enemy.
I think their eye is on you the moment you enter the room, and so you are drawn to look at them, and you take a volume down with the impulse that induces one to unchain the dog.