unclamp

[uhn-klamp]
verb (used with object)
to undo the clamps of: to unclamp one's ski boots.

Origin:
1800–10; un-2 + clamp

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There was no button or other device on the control panel that would clamp or unclamp the spindle.
Remove top paper, carefully unclamp and remove the funnel cap.
Each axis clamp maybe commanded to clamp or unclamp.
Unclamp the tubing and allow the blood to flow from the donor through the tubing into two collection vials.
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