verb -zips, -zipping, -zipped
- to unfasten the zip of (a garment) or (of a zip or garment with a zip) to become unfastened ⇒
her skirt unzipped as she sat down
- tr (computing) to decompress (a file) that had previously been zipped
Translations for 'unzip'
- British English: unzip To unzip an item of clothing or a bag means to unfasten its zip.She unzipped her coat.ʌnˈzɪp VERB
- Arabic: يَفْتَحُ الزِّمَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: abrir o zíper
- Chinese: 拉开拉链
- Croatian: otvoriti patentni otvarač
- Czech: rozepnout zip rozepínat zip
- Danish: lyne ned
- Dutch: openritsen
- European Spanish: bajar la cremallera
- Finnish: avata vetoketju
- French: ouvrirfermeture éclair
- German: den Reißverschluss öffnen
- Greek: ανοίγω φερμουάρ
- Italian: aprire la cerniera
- Japanese: ファスナーを開ける
- Korean: 지퍼를 열다
- Norwegian: åpne glidelåsen
- Polish: rozpiąć rozpinać
- Portuguese: abrir o fecho de correr
- Romanian: a descheia
- Russian: расстегивать
- Spanish: bajar la cremallera
- Swedish: dra ner blixtlås
- Thai: รูดซิปออก
- Turkish: fermuarı açmak
- Ukrainian: розстібати блискавку розстібнути
- Vietnamese: mở phéc-mơ-tuya
Example Sentences Including 'unzip'
At the height of dance-floor exertion, Fred has actually been known to unzip his parka.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
He heard the Nerd come in, unzip his fly and start to water the plants.
He smiled conspiratorially, and let her unbutton and unzip his pants, which despite their bagginess could not conceal his arousal.
Liam then motioned as if to unzip his trousers as if to urinate on Bailie and threw a bottle of water at him.
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
Rick slid an arm around my waist and kissed me while reaching around to unzip my dress.
THE VIRGIN BLUE (2002)
She said: `It's perfect for when someone spills something on the seats, you just unzip the cover and wash it.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
The slipcovers create the illusion of a sectional couch during the day and simply unzip and fold back when it's time to hit the sack.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Whenever I had a break or at lunch, I'd unzip the sides and take off the leg braces and just stretch.
`No." By then he had been reaching down to unzip his flies.
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