unsnap

[uhn-snap]
verb (used with object), unsnapped, unsnapping.
to undo by or as if by opening snap fasteners: to unsnap a dress.

Origin:
1860–65; un-2 + snap

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unsnap (ʌnˈsnæp)
 
vb , -snaps, -snapping, -snapped
(tr) to unfasten (the snap or catch) of (something)

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Example sentences
Unsnap the two vacuum container clips to access the inside of the container.
If the purlin was already in place, the employee could unsnap the line and reattach it on the farther side of the purlin.
It is easier to unsnap a swivel and hook on a new devil worm than removing a treble hook from the mouth of an angry catfish.
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