Unship - definition of unship by The Free Dictionary
un·ship (ŭn-shĭp′) v. un·shipped, un·ship·ping, un·ships v. tr. 1. To unload from a ship; discharge. 2. To remove (a piece of gear) from its proper place; detach: unship an oar. v. intr.
To become or be capable of becoming removed or detached.
unship ( ʌnˈʃɪp) vb
-shipping or -shipped 1. (Nautical Terms) to be or cause to be unloaded, discharged, or disembarked from a ship 2. (Nautical Terms) ( tr) nautical to remove from a regular place: to unship oars. un•ship (ʌnˈʃɪp) v. -shipped, -ship•ping. v.t.
1. to take off from a ship; unload.
2. to remove from the place proper for its use, as an oar or tiller. v.i.
3. to become unloaded or removed.
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