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un·root

 (ŭn-ro͞ot′, -ro͝ot′)
tr.v. un·root·ed, un·root·ing, un·roots
To uproot.

unroot

(ʌnˈruːt)
vb
(tr) chiefly US a less common word for uproot

un•root

(ʌnˈrut, -ˈrʊt)

v.t.
1. to uproot.
v.i.
2. to become unrooted.
[1400–50]

unroot


Past participle: unrooted
Gerund: unrooting

Imperative
unroot
unroot
Present
I unroot
you unroot
he/she/it unroots
we unroot
you unroot
they unroot
Preterite
I unrooted
you unrooted
he/she/it unrooted
we unrooted
you unrooted
they unrooted
Present Continuous
I am unrooting
you are unrooting
he/she/it is unrooting
we are unrooting
you are unrooting
they are unrooting
Present Perfect
I have unrooted
you have unrooted
he/she/it has unrooted
we have unrooted
you have unrooted
they have unrooted
Past Continuous
I was unrooting
you were unrooting
he/she/it was unrooting
we were unrooting
you were unrooting
they were unrooting
Past Perfect
I had unrooted
you had unrooted
he/she/it had unrooted
we had unrooted
you had unrooted
they had unrooted
Future
I will unroot
you will unroot
he/she/it will unroot
we will unroot
you will unroot
they will unroot
Future Perfect
I will have unrooted
you will have unrooted
he/she/it will have unrooted
we will have unrooted
you will have unrooted
they will have unrooted
Future Continuous
I will be unrooting
you will be unrooting
he/she/it will be unrooting
we will be unrooting
you will be unrooting
they will be unrooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unrooting
you have been unrooting
he/she/it has been unrooting
we have been unrooting
you have been unrooting
they have been unrooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unrooting
you will have been unrooting
he/she/it will have been unrooting
we will have been unrooting
you will have been unrooting
they will have been unrooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unrooting
you had been unrooting
he/she/it had been unrooting
we had been unrooting
you had been unrooting
they had been unrooting
Conditional
I would unroot
you would unroot
he/she/it would unroot
we would unroot
you would unroot
they would unroot
Past Conditional
I would have unrooted
you would have unrooted
he/she/it would have unrooted
we would have unrooted
you would have unrooted
they would have unrooted
Translations
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