unlatch

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un·latch

 (ŭn-lăch′)
v. un·latched, un·latch·ing, un·latch·es
v.tr.
To unfasten or open by releasing the latch.
v.intr.
To become unfastened or opened.

unlatch

(ʌnˈlætʃ)
vb
to open or unfasten or come open or unfastened by the lifting or release of a latch

unlatch


Past participle: unlatched
Gerund: unlatching

Imperative
unlatch
unlatch
Present
I unlatch
you unlatch
he/she/it unlatches
we unlatch
you unlatch
they unlatch
Preterite
I unlatched
you unlatched
he/she/it unlatched
we unlatched
you unlatched
they unlatched
Present Continuous
I am unlatching
you are unlatching
he/she/it is unlatching
we are unlatching
you are unlatching
they are unlatching
Present Perfect
I have unlatched
you have unlatched
he/she/it has unlatched
we have unlatched
you have unlatched
they have unlatched
Past Continuous
I was unlatching
you were unlatching
he/she/it was unlatching
we were unlatching
you were unlatching
they were unlatching
Past Perfect
I had unlatched
you had unlatched
he/she/it had unlatched
we had unlatched
you had unlatched
they had unlatched
Future
I will unlatch
you will unlatch
he/she/it will unlatch
we will unlatch
you will unlatch
they will unlatch
Future Perfect
I will have unlatched
you will have unlatched
he/she/it will have unlatched
we will have unlatched
you will have unlatched
they will have unlatched
Future Continuous
I will be unlatching
you will be unlatching
he/she/it will be unlatching
we will be unlatching
you will be unlatching
they will be unlatching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unlatching
you have been unlatching
he/she/it has been unlatching
we have been unlatching
you have been unlatching
they have been unlatching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unlatching
you will have been unlatching
he/she/it will have been unlatching
we will have been unlatching
you will have been unlatching
they will have been unlatching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unlatching
you had been unlatching
he/she/it had been unlatching
we had been unlatching
you had been unlatching
they had been unlatching
Conditional
I would unlatch
you would unlatch
he/she/it would unlatch
we would unlatch
you would unlatch
they would unlatch
Past Conditional
I would have unlatched
you would have unlatched
he/she/it would have unlatched
we would have unlatched
you would have unlatched
they would have unlatched
Translations

unlatch

[ˈʌnˈlætʃ] VT [+ door] → alzar el pestillo de, abrir levantando el picaporte de

unlatch

vtentriegeln
References in classic literature ?
"They are worth it." Unlatching the gate, he sauntered over the triangular green to Cissie Villa.
Each scenario involved one CVP unlatching from the initial shape and moving and relatching to a target spot around a second CVP.
The boy's mum received arm injuries when she tried to stop the dog from clinging to her son's neck, with the animal only unlatching its hold because it turned on her.
After the ribbon cutting and unlatching of the plaque, the President of the Republic, accompanied by the Minister of Energy and Water, Joo Baptista Borges, by the governor Joo Baptista Kussumua, among other personalities, toured the unloading area, workshop, control room and the administrative building.
Recoil and torque were sufficient to briefly depress the catch, unlatching the magazine but not making it drop from the mag well.
All Webleys are double-action, top-break revolvers with a lever on the left side of the frame behind the cylinder to allow unlatching for loading and unloading.
Nelson saved from Darren McCauley soon after, before Coleraine doubled their lead on 70 minutes, McLaughlin unlatching the offside trap to slide a low shot under the Ballymena keeper.
Some passengers said that, because of their height or the window weight, they were unable to push the windows open after unlatching them.
Autosplice (San Diego) has introduced an innovative new latching assembly based around an actuator that uses Nitinol (Nickel Titanium) shape memory wire to drive the latching and unlatching functions.
The unlatching had not been identified before the Oslo-bound Airbus A319 took off with 75 passengers and five crew on May 24, said the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).