to open the zipper of.
to become unzipped.
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How to use unzip in a sentence
The Talusphere unzips to mid-calf, so putting them on over hiking boots is easy enough, while the generous fit means they can be donned over an existing layer or two.
Police said when officers approached, he dropped a backpack, unzipped it and pulled out a handful of rocks.Man charged with throwing rocks at Russell Senate Office Building | Peter Hermann | May 5, 2021 | Washington Post
Cooling everything down is as simple as unzipping one of the vents in the side wall or rolling up the door flaps.
I like the kind you can unzip fully to slip over the rest of your outfit.
This tough little bag cracks open like a book when unzipped, making it easy to see whatever you have stashed in the myriad pockets, slots, and openings.The Most Coveted Gear of 2020, According to Our Editors | Will Taylor, Jeremy Rellosa, Ariella Gintzler, and Maren Larsen | December 9, 2020 | Outside Online
These drugs interfere with the double helix zip-unzip-zip-again process of RNA and DNA replication.
I undo the button, but before I unzip him I let my fingers wander, tracing his erection through the soft denim.Speed Read: 12 Naughty Bits From ‘50 Shades Darker’ | Lizzie Crocker | May 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Someone tried to unzip the pants of one of the women I was with.
Then unzip another layer to make room for the Saigon cinnamon doughnuts with dulce de leche.
British Dictionary definitions for unzip
to unfasten the zip of (a garment) or (of a zip or garment with a zip) to become unfastened: her skirt unzipped as she sat down
(tr) computing to decompress (a file) that had previously been zipped
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