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unlink

Line breaks: un¦link
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈlɪŋk
 
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Definition of unlink in English:

verb

1 [with object] Detach; separate: she unlinked her arm to pull back her coat sleeve
More example sentences
  • Diana waved her off, and laughed, finally unlinking her arm with mine.
  • Tiff unlinked her arm from Jessie's and headed toward her math class.
  • Each row is independent from the other, so you can unlink rows, or fold it up and put it away.
2 (as adjective unlinked) Not linked or connected; separate: three previously unlinked murders
More example sentences
  • Could I have two separate, unlinked blogs where I post about Real Estate as a marketing tool in one, and post about how my clients can drive me crazy in a perfectly anonymous way in another?
  • For both unlinked and partially linked loci, it is important to note that the coverage of the ABC 95% confidence intervals is always very good.
  • Were candidate sites chosen from completely linked, partially linked, or unlinked regions of the genome?

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