unpeg


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unpeg

(ʌnˈpɛɡ)
vb (tr) , -pegs, -pegging or -pegged
1. to remove the peg or pegs from, esp to unfasten
2. (Economics) to allow (prices, wages, etc) to rise and fall freely

un•peg

(ʌnˈpɛg)

v.t. -pegged, -peg•ging.
1. to remove the pegs from.
2. to open or unfasten, as if by removing a peg.
[1595–1605]

unpeg


Past participle: unpegged
Gerund: unpegging

Imperative
unpeg
unpeg
Present
I unpeg
you unpeg
he/she/it unpegs
we unpeg
you unpeg
they unpeg
Preterite
I unpegged
you unpegged
he/she/it unpegged
we unpegged
you unpegged
they unpegged
Present Continuous
I am unpegging
you are unpegging
he/she/it is unpegging
we are unpegging
you are unpegging
they are unpegging
Present Perfect
I have unpegged
you have unpegged
he/she/it has unpegged
we have unpegged
you have unpegged
they have unpegged
Past Continuous
I was unpegging
you were unpegging
he/she/it was unpegging
we were unpegging
you were unpegging
they were unpegging
Past Perfect
I had unpegged
you had unpegged
he/she/it had unpegged
we had unpegged
you had unpegged
they had unpegged
Future
I will unpeg
you will unpeg
he/she/it will unpeg
we will unpeg
you will unpeg
they will unpeg
Future Perfect
I will have unpegged
you will have unpegged
he/she/it will have unpegged
we will have unpegged
you will have unpegged
they will have unpegged
Future Continuous
I will be unpegging
you will be unpegging
he/she/it will be unpegging
we will be unpegging
you will be unpegging
they will be unpegging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unpegging
you have been unpegging
he/she/it has been unpegging
we have been unpegging
you have been unpegging
they have been unpegging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unpegging
you will have been unpegging
he/she/it will have been unpegging
we will have been unpegging
you will have been unpegging
they will have been unpegging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unpegging
you had been unpegging
he/she/it had been unpegging
we had been unpegging
you had been unpegging
they had been unpegging
Conditional
I would unpeg
you would unpeg
he/she/it would unpeg
we would unpeg
you would unpeg
they would unpeg
Past Conditional
I would have unpegged
you would have unpegged
he/she/it would have unpegged
we would have unpegged
you would have unpegged
they would have unpegged
Translations

unpeg

vt washingabnehmen; pricesfreigeben
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