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un·thread

 (ŭn-thrĕd′)
tr.v. un·thread·ed, un·thread·ing, un·threads
1. To draw out the thread from.
2. To find one's way out of (a labyrinth, for example).
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unthread

(ʌnˈθrɛd)
vb (tr)
1. to draw out the thread or threads from (a needle, etc)
2. to disentangle
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un•thread

(ʌnˈθrɛd)

v.t.
1. to draw out or take out the thread from.
2. to thread one's way through or out of, as a forest.
3. to disentangle.
[1585–95]
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unthread


Past participle: unthreaded
Gerund: unthreading

Imperative
unthread
unthread
Present
I unthread
you unthread
he/she/it unthreads
we unthread
you unthread
they unthread
Preterite
I unthreaded
you unthreaded
he/she/it unthreaded
we unthreaded
you unthreaded
they unthreaded
Present Continuous
I am unthreading
you are unthreading
he/she/it is unthreading
we are unthreading
you are unthreading
they are unthreading
Present Perfect
I have unthreaded
you have unthreaded
he/she/it has unthreaded
we have unthreaded
you have unthreaded
they have unthreaded
Past Continuous
I was unthreading
you were unthreading
he/she/it was unthreading
we were unthreading
you were unthreading
they were unthreading
Past Perfect
I had unthreaded
you had unthreaded
he/she/it had unthreaded
we had unthreaded
you had unthreaded
they had unthreaded
Future
I will unthread
you will unthread
he/she/it will unthread
we will unthread
you will unthread
they will unthread
Future Perfect
I will have unthreaded
you will have unthreaded
he/she/it will have unthreaded
we will have unthreaded
you will have unthreaded
they will have unthreaded
Future Continuous
I will be unthreading
you will be unthreading
he/she/it will be unthreading
we will be unthreading
you will be unthreading
they will be unthreading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unthreading
you have been unthreading
he/she/it has been unthreading
we have been unthreading
you have been unthreading
they have been unthreading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unthreading
you will have been unthreading
he/she/it will have been unthreading
we will have been unthreading
you will have been unthreading
they will have been unthreading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unthreading
you had been unthreading
he/she/it had been unthreading
we had been unthreading
you had been unthreading
they had been unthreading
Conditional
I would unthread
you would unthread
he/she/it would unthread
we would unthread
you would unthread
they would unthread
Past Conditional
I would have unthreaded
you would have unthreaded
he/she/it would have unthreaded
we would have unthreaded
you would have unthreaded
they would have unthreaded
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Translations

unthread

[ˈʌnˈθred] VT [+ cloth] → deshebrar, descoser; [+ needle] → desenhebrar; [+ pearls] → desensartar
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unthread

vt needleausfädeln; pearlsabfädeln
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References in periodicals archive ?
A great way to lose a rod or attachment in a wall or joist space is to twist it so many times in the same direction that it unthreads and comes apart.