unpin


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un·pin

 (ŭn-pĭn′)
tr.v. un·pinned, un·pin·ning, un·pins
1. To remove pins or a pin from.
2.
a. To open or unfasten by or as if by removing pins.
b. To free.

unpin

(ʌnˈpɪn)
vb (tr) , -pins, -pinning or -pinned
1. to remove a pin or pins from
2. to unfasten by removing pins

un•pin

(ʌnˈpɪn)

v.t. -pinned, -pin•ning.
1. to remove pins from.
2. to unfasten or loosen by or as if by removing a pin; detach.
[1300–50]

unpin


Past participle: unpinned
Gerund: unpinning

Imperative
unpin
unpin
Present
I unpin
you unpin
he/she/it unpins
we unpin
you unpin
they unpin
Preterite
I unpinned
you unpinned
he/she/it unpinned
we unpinned
you unpinned
they unpinned
Present Continuous
I am unpinning
you are unpinning
he/she/it is unpinning
we are unpinning
you are unpinning
they are unpinning
Present Perfect
I have unpinned
you have unpinned
he/she/it has unpinned
we have unpinned
you have unpinned
they have unpinned
Past Continuous
I was unpinning
you were unpinning
he/she/it was unpinning
we were unpinning
you were unpinning
they were unpinning
Past Perfect
I had unpinned
you had unpinned
he/she/it had unpinned
we had unpinned
you had unpinned
they had unpinned
Future
I will unpin
you will unpin
he/she/it will unpin
we will unpin
you will unpin
they will unpin
Future Perfect
I will have unpinned
you will have unpinned
he/she/it will have unpinned
we will have unpinned
you will have unpinned
they will have unpinned
Future Continuous
I will be unpinning
you will be unpinning
he/she/it will be unpinning
we will be unpinning
you will be unpinning
they will be unpinning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unpinning
you have been unpinning
he/she/it has been unpinning
we have been unpinning
you have been unpinning
they have been unpinning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unpinning
you will have been unpinning
he/she/it will have been unpinning
we will have been unpinning
you will have been unpinning
they will have been unpinning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unpinning
you had been unpinning
he/she/it had been unpinning
we had been unpinning
you had been unpinning
they had been unpinning
Conditional
I would unpin
you would unpin
he/she/it would unpin
we would unpin
you would unpin
they would unpin
Past Conditional
I would have unpinned
you would have unpinned
he/she/it would have unpinned
we would have unpinned
you would have unpinned
they would have unpinned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unpin - remove the pins fromunpin - remove the pins from; unfasten the pins of
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
pin - attach or fasten with pins or as if with pins; "pin the needle to the shirt". "pin the blame on the innocent man"
Translations

unpin

[ˈʌnˈpɪn] VTdesprender, quitar los alfileres a

unpin

vt dress, hairdie Nadeln entfernen aus; noticeabnehmen

unpin

[ʌnˈpɪn] vt (dress) → togliere gli spilli a; (hair) → togliere le forcine a; (notice) → staccare
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Here the reader will be apt to wonder; but the truth is, that Mrs Etoff, who had the honour to pin and unpin the Lady Bellaston, had received compleat information concerning the said Mr Jones, and had faithfully conveyed the same to her lady last night (or rather that morning) while she was undressing; on which accounts she had been detained in her office above the space of an hour and a half.
Her habit therefore was thrown off with all possible haste, and she was preparing to unpin the linen package, which the chaise-seat had conveyed for her immediate accommodation, when her eye suddenly fell on a large high chest, standing back in a deep recess on one side of the fireplace.
She placed the cup on the mantel-shelf and begun to unpin her veil and pull off her gloves, looking meanwhile at Newman.
Perceiving that the tears are hurrying fast, she unpins her strings and throws them languidly backward, a touching gesture, indicative, even in the deepest gloom, of the hope in future dry moments when cap-strings will once more have a charm.
He added that the blockchain was currently under pilot phase in the quest to unpin confidence in diamonds and the industry for all stakeholders while streamlining manual process and creating new efficiencies in the value chain.
To unpin a chat, press and hold any of the pinned chats and tap the unpin button.
He said the unpin would work to subsidize a number of commodities and opt for sales at installments for the workers.
Subjects use both hands to perform the activity to pin the two pieces of fabric on the board with the two safety pins and then to unpin the fabric and return the safety pins to the box.
Finally, unpin the curls and brush out, finishing with a spritz of GOLDEN EYES THE golden girl of awards season, Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, chose a suitably molten eye make-up look to pick up another Best Supporting Actress gong at the SAG Awards.
Unpin all of Microsoft's tiles and then shrink the size of the menu so it looks a lot like Windows 7 (pictured).