Definition of unsnap in English:

unsnap

Syllabification: un·snap
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsnap
 
/

verb (unsnaps, unsnapping, unsnapped)

[with object]
Unfasten or open with a brisk movement and a sharp sound: he put the case on the table and unsnapped the clasps
More example sentences
  • She felt along the edges until she found the delicate wooden clasp and unsnapped it to push open the lid.
  • I pulled off one of the many ornaments from around my neck and unsnapped the clasp to release my lucky guitar pick I wore everywhere.
  • She unsnapped the closure and twisted open the two halves.

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