uncheck

uncheck

(ʌnˈtʃɛk)
vb (tr)
1. (Computer Science) computing to remove a check mark from; deselect
2. archaic to fail to check or restrain

uncheck


Past participle: unchecked
Gerund: unchecking

Imperative
uncheck
uncheck
Present
I uncheck
you uncheck
he/she/it unchecks
we uncheck
you uncheck
they uncheck
Preterite
I unchecked
you unchecked
he/she/it unchecked
we unchecked
you unchecked
they unchecked
Present Continuous
I am unchecking
you are unchecking
he/she/it is unchecking
we are unchecking
you are unchecking
they are unchecking
Present Perfect
I have unchecked
you have unchecked
he/she/it has unchecked
we have unchecked
you have unchecked
they have unchecked
Past Continuous
I was unchecking
you were unchecking
he/she/it was unchecking
we were unchecking
you were unchecking
they were unchecking
Past Perfect
I had unchecked
you had unchecked
he/she/it had unchecked
we had unchecked
you had unchecked
they had unchecked
Future
I will uncheck
you will uncheck
he/she/it will uncheck
we will uncheck
you will uncheck
they will uncheck
Future Perfect
I will have unchecked
you will have unchecked
he/she/it will have unchecked
we will have unchecked
you will have unchecked
they will have unchecked
Future Continuous
I will be unchecking
you will be unchecking
he/she/it will be unchecking
we will be unchecking
you will be unchecking
they will be unchecking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unchecking
you have been unchecking
he/she/it has been unchecking
we have been unchecking
you have been unchecking
they have been unchecking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unchecking
you will have been unchecking
he/she/it will have been unchecking
we will have been unchecking
you will have been unchecking
they will have been unchecking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unchecking
you had been unchecking
he/she/it had been unchecking
we had been unchecking
you had been unchecking
they had been unchecking
Conditional
I would uncheck
you would uncheck
he/she/it would uncheck
we would uncheck
you would uncheck
they would uncheck
Past Conditional
I would have unchecked
you would have unchecked
he/she/it would have unchecked
we would have unchecked
you would have unchecked
they would have unchecked
Translations

uncheck

vt (Comput) control boxdeaktivieren
References in classic literature ?
The SHIPPING GAZETTE does not even call her "lost with all hands." She remains simply "missing"; she has disappeared enigmatically into a mystery of fate as big as the world, where your imagination of a brother-sailor, of a fellow-servant and lover of ships, may range unchecked.
Marriage, which was to bring guidance into worthy and imperative occupation, had not yet freed her from the gentlewoman's oppressive liberty: it had not even filled her leisure with the ruminant joy of unchecked tenderness.
But Tip had no breath to speak, so the Saw-Horse continued his wild career unchecked and with unabated speed.
"Wouldst thou draw a single breath in security if thou knew Edwild the Serf were ranging unchecked through Derby?
"And, oh, Blanche!" she moaned to herself, the tears gathering again, and falling, this time, unchecked. "Blanche, who looks up to me!
"I endeavoured to crush these fears and to fortify myself for the trial which in a few months I resolved to undergo; and sometimes I allowed my thoughts, unchecked by reason, to ramble in the fields of Paradise, and dared to fancy amiable and lovely creatures sympathizing with my feelings and cheering my gloom; their angelic countenances breathed smiles of consolation.
Bumble drew a long breath, as if he were glad to find that the story was over, and no mention made of taking the five-and-twenty pounds back again; and now he took courage to wipe the perspiration which had been trickling over his nose, unchecked, during the whole of the previous dialogue.
The cruel work was still unchecked. On every side the captured were flying before their relentless persecutors, while the armed columns of the Christian king stood fast in an apathy which has never been explained, and which has left an immovable blot on the otherwise fair escutcheon of their leader.
As the blow was given, Emma felt that she could not now shew greater kindness than in listening; and Harriet, unchecked, ran eagerly through what she had to tell.
He then explained to me that it was commonly believed that on a certain night of the year, last night, in fact, when all evil spirits are supposed to have unchecked sway, a blue flame is seen over any place where treasure has been concealed.
But there was no whisper; and for a long time I stood leaning on my arm, looking into the fire and feeling distinctly between the four walls of that locked room the unchecked time flow past our two stranded personalities.
Now, it is very clear to me that in so long a period one would have expected that the carnivorous creatures, multiplying unchecked, would have exhausted their food supply and have been compelled to either modify their flesh-eating habits or die of hunger.