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unbuckle

verb un·buck·le \-ˈbə-kəl\

: to open the buckle of (something, such as a belt)

Full Definition of UNBUCKLE

transitive verb
:  to loose the buckle of :  unfasten
intransitive verb
1
:  to loosen buckles
2
:  relax

Examples of UNBUCKLE

  1. She unbuckled her seat belt.

First Known Use of UNBUCKLE

14th century

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