Meaning of unclick in English:

unclick

Pronunciation /ʌnˈklɪk/ /ʌŋˈklɪk/

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verb

[with object]
  • 1Deselect (an option on an electronic interface) by pressing a button on a mouse or screen.

    ‘county workers running the program forgot to unclick a box that loaded all the early voting results’
    • ‘You can unclick the auto-sync button and disable the functionality.’
    • ‘The tax preparer tried clicking and unclicking various fields on her computer.’
    • ‘You unclick the boxes for the toolbars.’
    • ‘Asking users to open a control panel and unclick a check box is ridiculous.’
    • ‘Unclick every category you don't want the app to access.’
    • ‘The county workers running the program forgot to unclick a box that loaded all the early voting and vote-by-mail results.’
    • ‘Unclick automatic settings and key in the correct time and date.’
    • ‘ I had unclicked all of the check boxes on the right-hand side.’
    • ‘If your Web connection is slow, you can unclick the HD button for a smaller file download.’
    • ‘We've looked at basic formatting and have a better understanding of the changes that are made when we click or un-click the respective buttons.’
  • 2Release or unfasten (something) with a clicking sound.

    ‘I put my hand down to unclick my seatbelt but realized I forgot to buckle it in the first place’
    • ‘I put my hand down to unclick my seatbelt, but realize I forgot to buckle it in the first place.’
    • ‘You can just unclick it from the base.’
    • ‘He unclicked his skis and climbed the stairs.’
    • ‘The modules are really easy to click together and unclick.’
    • ‘Clean-up is a breeze: just unclick the head and rinse the blade under the sink.’
    • ‘ She learned how to unclick her seat belt.’
    • ‘Please do not un-click the latch holding this box closed.’
    • ‘He unclicked his snowboard and thrust it into the air.’
    • ‘It can be less than 20 minutes from when you unclick your seatbelt on the plane to clicking your seatbelt in the taxi.’
    • ‘Only after we said we were meeting people who were already upstairs did he unclick that stupid velvet rope.’
    undo, open, detach, disconnect, remove, untie, unbutton, unzip, loose, loosen, free, separate, disengage, disjoin, uncouple, unwrap, unbind, unhook, unclick, unlace, unhitch, untether, unlock, unbolt