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Meaning of “untie” - Learner’s Dictionary

untie

verb [T]     /ʌnˈtaɪ/ ( present participle untying, past tense and past participle untied)
B2 to open a knot or something that has been tied with a knot: I untied my shoelaces and kicked off my shoes.Unfastening and opening
Translations of “untie”
in Arabic يَفُكّ…
in Korean 풀다…
in Malaysian membuka ikatan…
in French détacher…
in Turkish çözmek, açmak…
in Italian slegare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 解開, 鬆開…
in Russian развязывать…
in Polish rozwiązywać…
in Vietnamese cởi, tháo…
in Spanish desatar…
in Portuguese desfazer, desamarrar, desatar…
in Thai แก้มัด…
in German aufknoten…
in Catalan deslligar…
in Japanese (結んであったもの)をほどく…
in Indonesian membuka ikatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 解开, 松开…
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