Definitions

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  • v. To restore (something flattened) to its previous form.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ flatten

Examples

  • For example if I use the new swipe method I always keep a copy of the comp on a hidden muted track just incase I want to "unflatten" the comp later for whatever reason.

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  • He removed his hat, setting it on the adjoining sofa cushion, and combed his fingers through the brown thickness of his hair to unflatten it.

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