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unzip

verb un·zip \-ˈzip\

: to open (something) by using a zipper

computers : to cause (a file that has been reduced in size) to return to its original size by using special software

Full Definition of UNZIP

transitive verb
:  to zip open
intransitive verb
:  to open by or as if by means of a zipper

Examples of UNZIP

  1. She unzipped the tent flap.

First Known Use of UNZIP

1939

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