unrobe

unrobe

(ʌnˈrəʊb)
vb
1. (intr) to undress
2. (tr) to undress (oneself or a person)

unrobe


Past participle: unrobed
Gerund: unrobing

Imperative
unrobe
unrobe
Present
I unrobe
you unrobe
he/she/it unrobes
we unrobe
you unrobe
they unrobe
Preterite
I unrobed
you unrobed
he/she/it unrobed
we unrobed
you unrobed
they unrobed
Present Continuous
I am unrobing
you are unrobing
he/she/it is unrobing
we are unrobing
you are unrobing
they are unrobing
Present Perfect
I have unrobed
you have unrobed
he/she/it has unrobed
we have unrobed
you have unrobed
they have unrobed
Past Continuous
I was unrobing
you were unrobing
he/she/it was unrobing
we were unrobing
you were unrobing
they were unrobing
Past Perfect
I had unrobed
you had unrobed
he/she/it had unrobed
we had unrobed
you had unrobed
they had unrobed
Future
I will unrobe
you will unrobe
he/she/it will unrobe
we will unrobe
you will unrobe
they will unrobe
Future Perfect
I will have unrobed
you will have unrobed
he/she/it will have unrobed
we will have unrobed
you will have unrobed
they will have unrobed
Future Continuous
I will be unrobing
you will be unrobing
he/she/it will be unrobing
we will be unrobing
you will be unrobing
they will be unrobing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unrobing
you have been unrobing
he/she/it has been unrobing
we have been unrobing
you have been unrobing
they have been unrobing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unrobing
you will have been unrobing
he/she/it will have been unrobing
we will have been unrobing
you will have been unrobing
they will have been unrobing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unrobing
you had been unrobing
he/she/it had been unrobing
we had been unrobing
you had been unrobing
they had been unrobing
Conditional
I would unrobe
you would unrobe
he/she/it would unrobe
we would unrobe
you would unrobe
they would unrobe
Past Conditional
I would have unrobed
you would have unrobed
he/she/it would have unrobed
we would have unrobed
you would have unrobed
they would have unrobed
Translations

unrobe

[ˈʌnˈrəʊb] (frm)
B. VTdesvestir, desnudar

unrobe

vi (form)sich entkleiden (geh); (hum)sich enthüllen (hum)
vt (form)entkleiden (geh); (hum)enthüllen (hum)
References in classic literature ?
YOU, for instance, would not care(pray pardon my bluntness) to unrobe yourself before the public eye; and in the same way, the poor man does not like to be pried at or questioned concerning his family relations, and so forth.
Hitherto (I concluded) she had looked upon me in the same light that the old Empress did upon her servant--the Empress who hesitated not to unrobe herself before her slave, since she did not account a slave a man.
We have lived to see the great fern wilderness reclaimed, to have seen the infant settlement unrobe itself of its first primitive garments of brushwood and breakwind huts and tents in which we were dwellers, and outliving its bush mask and wild appearance, enter on the path of progress.