uncoil


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un·coil

 (ŭn-koil′)
tr. & intr.v. un·coiled, un·coil·ing, un·coils
To unwind or untwist or to become unwound or untwisted.

uncoil

(ʌnˈkɔɪl)
vb
to unwind or become unwound; untwist

un•coil

(ʌnˈkɔɪl)

v.t., v.i.
to unwind from a coiled position.
[1705–15]

uncoil


Past participle: uncoiled
Gerund: uncoiling

Imperative
uncoil
uncoil
Present
I uncoil
you uncoil
he/she/it uncoils
we uncoil
you uncoil
they uncoil
Preterite
I uncoiled
you uncoiled
he/she/it uncoiled
we uncoiled
you uncoiled
they uncoiled
Present Continuous
I am uncoiling
you are uncoiling
he/she/it is uncoiling
we are uncoiling
you are uncoiling
they are uncoiling
Present Perfect
I have uncoiled
you have uncoiled
he/she/it has uncoiled
we have uncoiled
you have uncoiled
they have uncoiled
Past Continuous
I was uncoiling
you were uncoiling
he/she/it was uncoiling
we were uncoiling
you were uncoiling
they were uncoiling
Past Perfect
I had uncoiled
you had uncoiled
he/she/it had uncoiled
we had uncoiled
you had uncoiled
they had uncoiled
Future
I will uncoil
you will uncoil
he/she/it will uncoil
we will uncoil
you will uncoil
they will uncoil
Future Perfect
I will have uncoiled
you will have uncoiled
he/she/it will have uncoiled
we will have uncoiled
you will have uncoiled
they will have uncoiled
Future Continuous
I will be uncoiling
you will be uncoiling
he/she/it will be uncoiling
we will be uncoiling
you will be uncoiling
they will be uncoiling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uncoiling
you have been uncoiling
he/she/it has been uncoiling
we have been uncoiling
you have been uncoiling
they have been uncoiling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uncoiling
you will have been uncoiling
he/she/it will have been uncoiling
we will have been uncoiling
you will have been uncoiling
they will have been uncoiling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uncoiling
you had been uncoiling
he/she/it had been uncoiling
we had been uncoiling
you had been uncoiling
they had been uncoiling
Conditional
I would uncoil
you would uncoil
he/she/it would uncoil
we would uncoil
you would uncoil
they would uncoil
Past Conditional
I would have uncoiled
you would have uncoiled
he/she/it would have uncoiled
we would have uncoiled
you would have uncoiled
they would have uncoiled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.uncoil - unwind or untwistuncoil - unwind or untwist      
unwind, disentangle - separate the tangles of
coil, curl, loop - wind around something in coils or loops
Translations
يَحُل، يَفُك
rozvinout
legombolyítletekeredik
vinda ofan af
išsivyniotiišvynioti
atritinātatritinātiesattīt
kangalını/halkasını açmak

uncoil

[ˈʌnˈkɔɪl]
A. VTdesenrollar
B. VIdesenrollarse; [snake] → desenroscarse

uncoil

[ʌnˈkɔɪl]
vt [+ hose, rope] → dérouler
vi [snake, rope] → se dérouler

uncoil

vtabwickeln
vir (snake) → sich langsam strecken; (person) → sich ausstrecken; (wire etc) → sich abwickeln, sich abspulen; to uncoil (oneself) from an armchairsich im Sessel strecken und aufstehen

uncoil

[ʌnˈkɔɪl]
1. vtsrotolare
2. visrotolarsi

uncoil

(anˈkoil) verb
to straighten from a coiled position. The snake uncoiled (itself).
References in classic literature ?
So, the Spider, doggedly watching Estella, outwatched many brighter insects, and would often uncoil himself and drop at the right nick of time.
The appearance so much resembles that which may be seen in every torrent, where the stream uncoils into long streaks the froth collected in the eddies, that I must attribute the effect to a similar action either of the currents of the air or sea.
a leading supplier of lighting poles and lighting fittings, carries a complete system of production equipment such as hydraulic pressure machines of 315 tons, digital controlled hydraulic pressure forming machines of 500/1000tons, uncoil level shearing machines, plasma cutting machines and automatic welding machines.
No, give me again that time when a few flew, the seats were comfortable and you didn't have to uncoil each time you got up.
Coiled cords can get hot, so always uncoil cords and lay them in flat open locations.
Uncoil the hose by sliding it out of the six retaining clips around the outside of the replenisher.
Their long, heavy arms, good for hanging from branches, act as pendulums to swing their weight forward as they uncoil from the crouch, reports the BBC.
Neal said Harper's power stems from his ability to uncoil his hips.
Although the force required to uncoil the pipe is small, if a straightener is not used, the uncoiled pipe will tend to elastically re-coil, like a spring, which is both inconvenient and a safety hazard.
Where one suspects pointless wordplay ("It exercises cerise"), one is advised to keep reading, as lines adrift in technical registers ("Even the Baroque gets lost in it") reveal relations that uncoil as contemplation yields to understanding:
For Sophy freedom is allowing the spring to uncoil, to be in sympathy with the process of running down, which is the universal law.
On the downswing, let your left leg straighten, in order to create a strong pivot post to uncoil your body around and release power.