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unhitch

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

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