Examples of unscramble in a Sentence
We weren't able to unscramble the satellite signal.
Unscramble the letters ALCEDNRA to spell “CALENDAR.”
Recent Examples of unscramble from the Web
Few legal strokes would be as disruptive, yet fully avoidable, as trying to unscramble the Obergefell omelet.
Although still a research-heavy technique, homomorphic encryption would presumably let companies analyze and crunch encrypted data without needing to unscramble that information.
To unscramble the mystery and study egg structures, researchers at McGill University used a new focused-ion beam that allowed them to cut extremely thin sections of shell, according to a press release.
Armed with their private keys, the Vienna and Beijing teams could unscramble that combined key by essentially subtracting their own, and so learn the other’s secret key.
The passwords at such sites are scrambled for security, so attackers have to make lots of guesses to unscramble them.
Unscrambling the mystery that is hitting a baseball, traveling at up to 100 mph, is Doherty's life's work.
The University of Texas at Arlington senior has mastered the art of unscrambling a Rubik’s Cube.
On Thursday, French computer-security researcher Adrien Guinet found a way to unscramble the files without paying the $300 ransom.
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UNSCRAMBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unscramble for English Language Learners
: to change (something, such as a message or an electronic signal) from a form that cannot be understood to a form that can be properly displayed, heard, read, etc.
UNSCRAMBLE Defined for Kids
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