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- v. To remove from a stack.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To remove, or take away, from a stack; to remove, as something constituting a stack.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To remove from a stack; undo from a stacked position: as, to unstack hay; to unstack guns.
Simply move your doll around with a control stick, press one button to stack, another to "unstack," and a third to perform a special ability.
(Question) How to "unstack" calls in incoming call log
We did not have to unstack that load, or any other as long as Silver was with us.
Rick Moy: Old-fashioned market forces to unstack the odds.
We have to make seven or eight trips and dismantle a complex piece of equipment – collapse the stands, unscrew the cymbals, unstack the toms, fold the bass drum legs, and so forth.
She began to unstack the folding chairs, snapping them open and arranging them in rows.
One of the main reasons that I ran for President in 1992 was that I believed that people like Amy could achieve real success if we could unstack the deck against them.
He went on to unstack and restack the canvases leaning against the wall.
You leave an empty spot, so when you want to use some furniture you can unstack what you need and then put it back when you're done.
Speed stacking, from which sport stacking evolved, began in California in the 1980s with groups of children at summer camps competing to see who could stack and unstack pyramids of plant-pots the fastest.
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