Definition of unkink in English:

unkink

Pronunciation /ˌənˈkiNGk/ /ˌənˈkɪŋk/

verb

  • Straighten or become straight.

    with object ‘the next job was to unkink the twisted Christmas lights’
    • ‘the road ahead unkinked’
    • ‘All is not what it seems, however, as strange twists and turns make viewers stay glued to their screens trying to unkink the sordid mess.’
    • ‘Raise your eyebrows, open your mouth and say ‘aahhh ‘to unkink your jaw and get blood flowing to your face.’’
    • ‘I pushed my chair back and stood up, stretching out until my back unkinked itself with a most satisfying pop, and tossed at least five separate cans into the little trash can next to my work desk.’
    • ‘Stretches increase flexibility, unkink the muscle and place it in the best position to communicate with the nervous system.’
    • ‘My neck muscles begin to unkink and the canned music leaves my head.’
    untwine, disentwine, disentangle, unravel, unsnarl, unwind, unroll, uncoil, unreel, undo, spread out, unfurl, open, open out, lay out, straighten, straighten out, unkink