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deinstall

Syllabification: de·in·stall
Pronunciation: /ˌdēinˈstôl
 
/
(British also deinstal)

Definition of deinstall in English:

verb (deinstalls or British deinstals, deinstalling, deinstalled)

[with object]
1Uninstall.
Example sentences
  • However, the systems can be deinstalled and moved to a new location and re-installed relatively easily.
1.1 humorous Dismiss from employment: the company lost funding and I was deinstalled

Derivatives

deinstallation

1
Pronunciation: /ˌdē-instəˈlāSHən/
noun
Example sentences
  • You can display all registered deinstallations and launch the deinstallation or setup of any program.
  • Terminal installations and deinstallations are not logged by default.
  • is the best option to make deinstallations in a simple and efficient way keeping a general control in all the system.

deinstaller

2
noun
Example sentences
  • Answering incorrectly will cause the problem to remain even after the deinstaller has been run.
  • At the last step deinstaller which deletes our driver and carries out updating of configuration was written.
  • Without exiting the installer, locate the unpacked deinstaller files in your temp directory and copy them to a new directory.

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