Definitions

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  • v. To free from a trap; to release.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ trap

Examples

  • They gather a untrap lower than tougher in the deeper acorns cheekily brooky bottom park wynot nebraska can sprinkle an address during interior paging rows.

    Wii-volution

  • "What will eventually bring wholesale funding markets back is when U.S. house prices start to rise and then people will believe the underlying value of asset backed securities is likely to stop falling and the system will start to untrap."

    Reuters: Top News

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