unbundle

verb
un·​bun·​dle | \ ˌən-ˈbən-dᵊl How to pronounce unbundle (audio) \
unbundled; unbundling

Definition of unbundle

intransitive verb

: to give separate prices for equipment and supporting services

transitive verb

: to price separately

Examples of unbundle in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Instead, unbundle what tasks police now do, and ask which of those tasks actually need a police response. David A. Harris, Fortune, "Why police violence against Black people persists—and what can be done about it," 30 June 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020 Legislation to let spouses unbundle these loans is part of the College Affordability Act, which is under consideration by Congress. Nerd Wallet, oregonlive, "Should you and your spouse combine your student loans?," 16 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of unbundle

1969, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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“Unbundle.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unbundle. Accessed 21 Sep. 2020.

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