Definition of uninstall in English:

uninstall

Line breaks: un|in¦stall
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈstɔːl
 
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(also uninstal)

verb (uninstalls or uninstals, uninstalling, uninstalled)

[with object]
Remove (an application or file) from a computer.
More example sentences
  • It often happens that uninstalling an application does not completely remove all program components.
  • By design, the Registry does not shrink in size when an application is uninstalled.
  • Once you installed the program and key file, you could not install either on another computer without uninstalling the key file from the first computer.

Derivatives

uninstaller

noun
More example sentences
  • I have attempted to use the automated uninstaller from the isearch web site, but my computer refuses to download the software.
  • Go ahead and run your existing sound card's uninstaller.
  • Thoroughly uninstall unwanted programs: it provides an uninstaller that can help safely remove a program completely from the computer.

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