unstop

[ uhn-stop ]
/ ʌnˈstɒp /

verb (used with object), un·stopped, un·stop·ping.

to remove the stopper from: to unstop a bottle.
to free from any obstruction; open: to unstop a sewer.
to draw out the stops of (an organ).

Origin of unstop

First recorded in 1350–1400, unstop is from the Middle English word unstoppen. See un-2, stop
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British Dictionary definitions for unstopped (1 of 2)

unstopped
/ (ʌnˈstɒpt) /

adjective

not obstructed or stopped up
phonetics denoting a speech sound for whose articulation the closure is not complete, as in the pronunciation of a vowel, fricative, or continuant
prosody (of verse) having the sense of the line carried over into the next
(of an organ pipe or a string on a musical instrument) not stopped

British Dictionary definitions for unstopped (2 of 2)

unstop
/ (ʌnˈstɒp) /

verb -stops, -stopping or -stopped (tr)

to remove the stop or stopper from
to free from any stoppage or obstruction; open
to draw out the stops on (an organ)
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