unstrap


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un·strap

 (ŭn-străp′)
tr.v. un·strapped, un·strap·ping, un·straps
To loosen or remove a strap on or from.

unstrap

(ʌnˈstræp)
vb (tr)
to remove a strap from

unstrap


Past participle: unstrapped
Gerund: unstrapping

Imperative
unstrap
unstrap
Present
I unstrap
you unstrap
he/she/it unstraps
we unstrap
you unstrap
they unstrap
Preterite
I unstrapped
you unstrapped
he/she/it unstrapped
we unstrapped
you unstrapped
they unstrapped
Present Continuous
I am unstrapping
you are unstrapping
he/she/it is unstrapping
we are unstrapping
you are unstrapping
they are unstrapping
Present Perfect
I have unstrapped
you have unstrapped
he/she/it has unstrapped
we have unstrapped
you have unstrapped
they have unstrapped
Past Continuous
I was unstrapping
you were unstrapping
he/she/it was unstrapping
we were unstrapping
you were unstrapping
they were unstrapping
Past Perfect
I had unstrapped
you had unstrapped
he/she/it had unstrapped
we had unstrapped
you had unstrapped
they had unstrapped
Future
I will unstrap
you will unstrap
he/she/it will unstrap
we will unstrap
you will unstrap
they will unstrap
Future Perfect
I will have unstrapped
you will have unstrapped
he/she/it will have unstrapped
we will have unstrapped
you will have unstrapped
they will have unstrapped
Future Continuous
I will be unstrapping
you will be unstrapping
he/she/it will be unstrapping
we will be unstrapping
you will be unstrapping
they will be unstrapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unstrapping
you have been unstrapping
he/she/it has been unstrapping
we have been unstrapping
you have been unstrapping
they have been unstrapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unstrapping
you will have been unstrapping
he/she/it will have been unstrapping
we will have been unstrapping
you will have been unstrapping
they will have been unstrapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unstrapping
you had been unstrapping
he/she/it had been unstrapping
we had been unstrapping
you had been unstrapping
they had been unstrapping
Conditional
I would unstrap
you would unstrap
he/she/it would unstrap
we would unstrap
you would unstrap
they would unstrap
Past Conditional
I would have unstrapped
you would have unstrapped
he/she/it would have unstrapped
we would have unstrapped
you would have unstrapped
they would have unstrapped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unstrap - remove the strap or straps fromunstrap - remove the strap or straps from  
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
strap - tie with a strap
Translations
يَفُك رباطا
rozepnout pásek
løsne stroppen
szíjat lecsatol
losa bönd af
atsaitēt
rozopnúť opasokrozopnúť remeň

unstrap

[ʌnˈstræp] VTquitar la correa de

unstrap

vt case etcaufschnallen; to unstrap somebody/something from somethingjdn/etw von etw los- or abschnallen

unstrap

(anˈstrӕp) past tense, past participle unˈstrapped verb
to unfasten the strap of. She unstrapped her suitcase.
References in classic literature ?
He bent down and began to unstrap something from his bicycle.
Like the C-17, the fighters had barely come to a stop before Airmen clambered over them, helping the pilots unstrap and egress.
Bursts of gunfire all around 'Crosses' fall toward the ground Diving, bunking, the sound of cannons Eagles duel, they bare their talons The Hun retreat and head for home With stories of their Spitfire foe Now ripped and torn they head for base A smile decorates each face At last the aircraft touch the ground The men unstrap and gather round Some faces burned, charred to "black "Thank God" they think, "we've made it back" Some returned, some die in flames We owe it all to faceless names God save those men we know so well Whose fate hung on the scramble bell J.
True, even the gentlest cross-country track will usually have a small downhill section, which to the uninitiated can feel like tumbling down the mountainside to your eventual demise, but we're talking a few metres out of many kilometres and nowhere near as steep as a downhill piste--you can even unstrap and walk if you want to.
Once SpaceShipTwo reaches 360,000ft, the six passengers - paying EUR150,000 each - will unstrap their seatbelts and experience weightlessness and take in incredible panoramic views of the Earth.
The flights would include 15 minutes in space and a chance to experience weightlessness when the captain makes the announcement: "Ladies and gentlemen, you may now unstrap yourselves and float around the cabin.
But for the more active there's always the option of a swim before lunch perhaps, or to unstrap one of the thoughtfully included bikes on deck and take a quick spin into the hinterland.
This allows the pilot to exit the jet without having to unstrap from the ejection seat.
When I get to a location where I'm going to erect my stand, I lay my backpack down, unstrap the treestand, take the tree step pouch out of the top of the pack, then sling the pouch over my shoulder.
Unstrap and extend, and you'll come to appreciate what is provided.