unquote

noun un·quote \ ˈən-ˌkwōt also -ˌkōt \

Definition of unquote

used orally to indicate the end of a direct quotation

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First Known Use of unquote

1910



UNQUOTE Defined for English Language Learners

unquote

noun

Definition of unquote for English Language Learners

  • —used in speech with quote to show that you are exactly repeating someone else's words


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