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(Definition of unfasten from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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unfastenverb [I/T]

 us   /ʌnˈfæs·ən/
to make ​looser or take ​apart something that ​fastens or is ​fastened: [T] Cal ​loosened his ​tie and unfastened his ​collar.
(Definition of unfasten from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “unfasten”
in Korean 풀다…
in Arabic يَفُكّ, يَفْتَح…
in Malaysian membuka…
in French détacher…
in Russian расстегивать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 解開, 鬆開, 打開…
in Italian sbottonare, slacciare…
in Turkish çözmek, açmak…
in Polish rozpinać…
in Spanish desabrochar…
in Vietnamese tháo, cởi, nới…
in Portuguese desabotoar, abrir…
in Thai ปลด…
in German aufmachen…
in Catalan deslligar, descordar…
in Japanese (ベルトなど)をはずす, (箱)を開ける…
in Chinese (Simplified) 解开, 松开, 打开…
in Indonesian membuka…
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