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v. un·bos·omed, un·bos·om·ing, un·bos·oms
1. To confide (one's thoughts or feelings).
2. To relieve (oneself) of troublesome thoughts or feelings.
To reveal one's thoughts or feelings.
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(tr) to relieve (oneself) of (secrets, etc) by telling someone
[C16: from un-2 + bosom (in the sense: seat of the emotions); compare Dutch ontboezemen]
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un•bos•om(ʌnˈbʊz əm, -ˈbu zəm)
1. to disclose (a confidence, secret, etc.).v.i.
2. to disclose one's thoughts, feelings, or the like.Idioms:
unbosom oneself, to reveal one's innermost thoughts and feelings.
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Past participle: unbosomed
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unbosom[ʌnˈbʊzəm] VT (liter) to unbosom o.s. of sth → desahogarse de algo
to unbosom o.s. to sb → abrir su pecho a algn, desahogarse con algn
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