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unfold
ən'foʊld
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Develop or come to a promising stage.
  2. Spread out or open from a closed or folded state.
  3. Extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length.
  4. Open to the view.
Hyphenationun•fold
Part of Speech(动) verb
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展开zhǎnkāito unfold; to carry out; to be in full swing; to launch
打开dǎkāito open; to show (a ticket); to turn on; to switch on
显露xiǎnlùto become visible; to reveal
开展kāizhǎnto launch; to develop; to unfold; (of an exhibition etc) to open
阐明chǎnmíngto elucidate; to explain clearly; to expound
伸展shēnzhǎnstretching; extension
开花kāihuāto bloom; to blossom; to flower; fig. to burst open; to feel happy or elated; new development grows out
呈现chéngxiànto appear; to emerge; to present (a certain appearance); to demonstrate
铺开pūkāiunfold
shūto stretch; to unfold; to relax; leisurely; (Chinese surname)
摊开tānkāito spread out; to unfold
to rain, to stretch; to open; to relax; to unfold, slow; unhurried; leisurely
舒展shūzhǎnto roll out; to extend; to smooth out; to unfold
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