unclip


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unclip

(ʌnˈklɪp)
vb (intr)
to become unclipped
vb (tr)
to detach (one thing from another) by undoing a clipto undo the clip of
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unclip - remove the clip fromunclip - remove the clip from      
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
clip - attach with a clip; "clip the papers together"
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Remove from the fridge 10 minutes before serving and unclip from the tin.
The mum had been dropping her children off when she saw a woman open the back door of her car and try to unclip her four-weekold baby from their car seat.
This is honestly key-sized, with a cool little clip thing so you can snap it to your key ring, but unclip it if you need to.
Despite having to unclip from his pedal mid-sprint, the Slovakian Bora-Hansgrohe rider shrugged off the competition with relative ease on the 1.6-kilomter category-three climb at the end of the ride from Verviers to Longwy.
She can unclip the camera while being briefed on those.
So when you fancy a change from, say, big loose waves, you unclip the chunky Ellipse barrel and swap over to the beaded Wicked Waver for a sassy, textured look.
A rural Minnesota man wasn't happy with the fit of his suspenders, or with the metal clips that seemed to always unclip at the most unhandy times.
She said: "If this happens it's best to unclip the lead and get out of the field as quickly as possible, then call your dog as soon as you are out of danger."
Rigging leads to unclip from the line with properly placed dropper loops has two advantages.
much better without having to worry about trying to unclip my weak leg every time I stop, so I removed the clip from my right pedal for the whole ride.
Shut 'er down, unclip the sharpener and get back to sawing.
To use the headpiece you simply unclip it from the string and place it in your ear.