unhitch


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un·hitch

 (ŭn-hĭch′)
tr.v. un·hitched, un·hitch·ing, un·hitch·es
1. To release from a hitch.
2. To unfasten or disconnect.

unhitch

(ʌnˈhɪtʃ)
vb (tr)
to untie, unfasten, or detach

unhitch


Past participle: unhitched
Gerund: unhitching

Imperative
unhitch
unhitch
Present
I unhitch
you unhitch
he/she/it unhitches
we unhitch
you unhitch
they unhitch
Preterite
I unhitched
you unhitched
he/she/it unhitched
we unhitched
you unhitched
they unhitched
Present Continuous
I am unhitching
you are unhitching
he/she/it is unhitching
we are unhitching
you are unhitching
they are unhitching
Present Perfect
I have unhitched
you have unhitched
he/she/it has unhitched
we have unhitched
you have unhitched
they have unhitched
Past Continuous
I was unhitching
you were unhitching
he/she/it was unhitching
we were unhitching
you were unhitching
they were unhitching
Past Perfect
I had unhitched
you had unhitched
he/she/it had unhitched
we had unhitched
you had unhitched
they had unhitched
Future
I will unhitch
you will unhitch
he/she/it will unhitch
we will unhitch
you will unhitch
they will unhitch
Future Perfect
I will have unhitched
you will have unhitched
he/she/it will have unhitched
we will have unhitched
you will have unhitched
they will have unhitched
Future Continuous
I will be unhitching
you will be unhitching
he/she/it will be unhitching
we will be unhitching
you will be unhitching
they will be unhitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unhitching
you have been unhitching
he/she/it has been unhitching
we have been unhitching
you have been unhitching
they have been unhitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unhitching
you will have been unhitching
he/she/it will have been unhitching
we will have been unhitching
you will have been unhitching
they will have been unhitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unhitching
you had been unhitching
he/she/it had been unhitching
we had been unhitching
you had been unhitching
they had been unhitching
Conditional
I would unhitch
you would unhitch
he/she/it would unhitch
we would unhitch
you would unhitch
they would unhitch
Past Conditional
I would have unhitched
you would have unhitched
he/she/it would have unhitched
we would have unhitched
you would have unhitched
they would have unhitched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unhitch - unfasten or release from or as if from a hitchunhitch - unfasten or release from or as if from a hitch
unyoke - remove the yoke from; "unyoke the cow"
unharness - remove the harness from; "unharness a horse"
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
hitch, catch - to hook or entangle; "One foot caught in the stirrup"
Translations

unhitch

[ˈʌnˈhɪtʃ] VTdesenganchar

unhitch

vt horse (from post) → losbinden; (from wagon) → ausspannen; caravan, engineabkoppeln
References in classic literature ?
"Unhitch those tugs, Zeb, and set me free from the buggy, so I can fight comfortably."
"Wish I had an axe," said Zeb, who by now had unhitched the horse.
Cut the trace here, somebody, if you can't unhitch it!" One of the footmen ran for the winch, and another brought a knife from the house.
"Hold on a minute while I unhitch the colt," Denis called to her, springing toward the shed.
"I'll unhitch and get the water so we can start cooking."
So we unhitched a skiff and pulled down the river two mile and a half, to the big scar on the hillside, and went ashore.
Unlike most leaders, who, when camp was made and the dogs were unhitched, huddled near to the gods for protection, White Fang disdained such protection.
A groom came and unhitched the horse and led it to the stable of the house.
The team of ten dogs was unhitched, and Buck, with his own harness, was put into the sled.
Calhoun's album, "UnHitch," was released in February after a year and a half break from music.
It's time to doff the Stetson, unhitch the boot spurs and stable the quarter horse for another year.
They could be right, especially if nations can find a way to unhitch basic subsistence from work.