Definition of 'untie'
Example sentences containing 'untie'
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He leered at her before flicking at one cord until it was loose, leaving her to untie the other. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2002)Then, I can assure you, we will come and untie your lines ourselves. THE MAIN CAGES (2002)The instant he was gone, the doors of the boathouse opened and Sam Davis scampered in to untie Bob and Pete. THE MYSTERY OF THE PURPLE PIRATE (2002)
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Used Occasionally. untie is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'untie'
British English: untie /ʌnˈtaɪ/ VERB
If you untie something that is tied to another thing, or if you untie two things that are tied together, you remove the string or rope that holds them.
Just untie my hands.
- American English: untie
- Arabic: يَحُلُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desamarrar
- Chinese: 解开
- Croatian: odvezati
- Czech: rozvázat
- Danish: binde op
- Dutch: losmaken
- European Spanish: desatar
- Finnish: avata solmu
- French: détacher
- German: aufknoten
- Greek: ξεδένω
- Italian: sciogliere
- Japanese: ほどく
- Korean: 풀다
- Norwegian: knytte opp
- Polish: rozwiązać supeł
- European Portuguese: desamarrar
- Romanian: a dezlega
- Russian: развязывать
- Spanish: desatar
- Swedish: knyta upp
- Thai: แก้ออก
- Turkish: çözmek bağcık/kravat
- Ukrainian: розв'язувати
- Vietnamese: cởi trói
Definition of untie from the Collins English Dictionary
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