Definition of unblock
: to free from being blocked
Examples of unblock in a Sentence
A procedure was done to unblock his arteries.
unblock the road so that the convoy can proceed
Recent Examples of unblock from the Web
Boyce, 61, survived two strokes and five operations to unblock arteries around his heart, including three procedures in which doctors propped open his blood vessels with stents.
To prepare for Monday’s exit change, westbound traffic will be closed all weekend from the Eastside to Montlake, as crews unblock the ramp, add landscaping and install signs.
The plaintiffs are asking the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York to rule that Trump’s blocking is unconstitutional, to force him to unblock them, and to forbid him from blocking anyone in the future.
There’s some effort to try to insist that Donald Trump can’t personally unblock political dissent.
Which is exactly the goal of unblocking your root chakra—to feel more connected to the Earth, balanced and at peace with it, Itzkowitz explained.
On June 6, attorneys from the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University sent a letter to Trump asking him to unblock users.
The tiny needles unblock energy in the body that can allow defenses to fall and tears to flow.
President Donald Trump’s Twitter account is once again the subject of debate, as the Knight First Amendment Institute urged him to unblock individuals in a letter sent to the White House on Tuesday.
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Definition of unblock for English Language Learners
: to stop (something) from being blocked
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