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unhitch

verb un·hitch \-ˈhich\

: to disconnect (something) that is attached to something else by a knot, hook, or hitch

Full Definition of UNHITCH

transitive verb
:  to free from or as if from being hitched

Examples of UNHITCH

  1. We unhitched the trailer from the car.

First Known Use of UNHITCH

1706
UNHITCH Defined for Kids

unhitch

verb un·hitch \ˌən-ˈhich\
un·hitchedun·hitch·ing

Definition of UNHITCH for Kids

:  to free from being hitched <Unhitch the horses.>

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