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- v. Present participle of decompress.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the process of experiencing decompression; the act or process of relieving or reducing pressure.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. relieving pressure (especially bringing a compressed person gradually back to atmospheric pressure)
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I think I'm still decompressing from the slingshot excursion to Manhattan on Wednesday.
And here are Katie and I decompressing from the trip there.
Everything was perfect, lovely, "decompressing" - yet within him, a maelstrom of weariness, confusion, and desires.
I feel Claremont was spreading his wings with the characters, laying down longer and more complicated plots, and started "decompressing" stories.
No need for high bitrate stereo for the low-fi mono track in the original. all; first off, I am sorry for using the term "decompressing".
Also ... for some reason ... on-drive activities (such as decompressing a zip file, etc) are significantly slower than a standard hard drive.
"decompressing" earthquake-stricken Port-au-Prince by clearing rubble to allow displaced
I'm back from the San Diego Comic Convention - still decompressing from that, and I haven't had a chance to sort my photos, but here's a little something: a sketch I did, the first of the show, which the owner kindly sent me a scan of.
Safe now, Reyes and his crew and the children are chatting and decompressing.
Now Root is decompressing at home in Ripton and telling his story, after his release late last week.