Definition of unsling in English:

unsling

Syllabification: un·sling
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsliNG
 
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verb (unslings, unslinging; past and past participle unslung)

[with object]
Remove (something) from the place where it has been slung or suspended.
More example sentences
  • Taking a taxi from the Cairo airport to Orabi Square at midday, I unsling my pack at a park bench, do a bit of reading and let the city soak in before I look for a place to stay.
  • Tina took one glance at the unsealed den and unslung her crossbow, ‘Whoever's in there come out with your hands up!’
  • He unslung his backpack, looked into it, and frowned.

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