unbind

verb un·bind \ ˌən-ˈbīnd \

Definition of unbind

unbound play \ˌən-ˈbau̇nd\; unbinding
transitive verb
1 : to remove a band from : free from fastenings : untie, unfasten
2 : to set free : release

Examples of unbind in a Sentence

  1. She managed to unbind her hands.

  2. a newly elected democratic government whose first act was to unbind the nation's vast horde of political prisoners

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First Known Use of unbind

before 12th century

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UNBIND Defined for Kids

unbind

verb un·bind \ ˌən-ˈbīnd \

Definition of unbind for Students

unbound \-ˈbau̇nd\; unbinding
1 : to remove a band from : untie
2 : to set free


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