verb (used with object), unstrapped, unstrapping.
to take off or slacken the strap of.

1820–30; un-2 + strap

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remove the strap or straps from [ant: strap
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Some struggled to unstrap their seat belts as smoke began to fill the cabin.
It would be much simpler and better to unstrap his fettered leg.
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