Definition of unscramble in English:

unscramble

Line breaks: un|scram¦ble
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈskramb(ə)l
 
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verb

[with object]
Restore (something that has been scrambled) to an intelligible, readable, or viewable state: viewers use these decoders to unscramble the signal but how do we unscramble our feelings?
More example sentences
  • Code books and cipher books were used to scramble and unscramble the messages, but cipher machines were also used, and were faster.
  • In other words, the dream is a code to be decoded, a scrambled line to be unscrambled, so that its images can be reduced to their basic meanings.
  • Information on how to unscramble satellite TV signal and defeat smartcards was traded in Net chat rooms amongst the accused, prosecutors claim.

Derivatives

unscrambler

noun
More example sentences
  • Drinkable bottles are sent to the filler through an unscrambler, blown by air to conveyor belts connected to the fillers.
  • A still further object is to provide an automatic bottle unscrambler that is economical in cost to manufacture.
  • Our unscramblers are universally-suited for all packaging industries and are able to handle a wide variety of container shapes.

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