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unzip
also: -pp-
American English: /ˌənˈzɪp/
British English: /ʌnˈzɪp/

Translation of unzip in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (Clothing)could you unzip me/my dress?
    ¿me bajas la cremallera or (Latin America) el cierre or (Mexico) (Venezuela) (Cuba) el zíper?
    Example sentences
    • Carefully, I unzipped his jacket and pulled up his Alexisonfire shirt.
    • Will unzipped his jacket and pulled me closer to him, so that I might warm up.
    • I unzip my jacket and pull my arm from the sleeve of my T-shirt.
    1.2
    (Computing)
    Example sentences
    • DiskJockey is one very powerful file utility for any user who needs to move, copy, delete, archive, unzip an archive file, or change file attributes.
    • This last location isn't actually much use, because you need a password to unzip the file, but it does show the driver's finished.
    • To unzip a file, you need an unzipping utility like WinZip.

intransitive verb

  • your dress has come unzipped
    se te ha bajado/abierto la cremallera ( or el cierre etc) del vestido
    with a lining that unzips
    con un forro desmontable

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