Definitions for unstopʌnˈstɒp

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

un•stopʌnˈstɒp(v.t.)-stopped, -stop•ping.

  1. to remove the stopper from.

  2. to free from any obstruction; open.

Origin of unstop:

1350–1400

Wiktionary

  1. unstop(Verb)

    To remove a stoppage; to clear a blockage.

    I was able to unstop the clogged toilet by using a plunger.

  2. unstop(Verb)

    To unplug or uncork a container.

    I unstopped a bottle of wine to celebrate.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Unstop(verb)

    to take the stopple or stopper from; as, to unstop a bottle or a cask

  2. Unstop(verb)

    to free from any obstruction; to open


Translations for unstop

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

unstop(verb)

to remove a blockage from (eg a drain)

The plumber has unstopped the pipe.

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