Translation of unfurl in Spanish:


desplegar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈfərl//ʌnˈfəːl/

transitive verb

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    (sail/wings/banner) desplegar
    (umbrella) abrir
    • Several unidentified men began unfurling banners of white cloth on which they had written statements.
    • Flag fever is unfurling across Manchester as the city is swept up on a wave of World Cup and Jubilee celebrations.
    • He took it, almost reluctant to open it, but still he unfurled the flag.
    • Women, it is commonly believed, sewed the rebel flag that was unfurled on Bakery Hill as a symbol of united resistance.
    • Southend today unfurled the flag of success as its beaches were named among the best in Europe.
    • Should tide you over until the flag is unfurled over Ibrox, for lest we forget, Glasgow Rangers are Champions!
    • My eyelids slowly opened as though unfurling to a new day, and I found myself gazing into his eyes.
    • President Bush helped unfurl a giant flag, and pledged to press the fight against terrorism.
    • Tom, if you have to ask why there is a roll of toilet paper unfurled on Washington Street, obviously you don't have a clue.
    • But most of the rolls will also be unfurled on new housing sites springing up all over the country.
    • She knotted her jacket's sleeves around her waist and from a pocket she unfurled a roll of balloons.
    • Yet children gathered at the school yesterday to unfurl the national flag and some recited prayers.
    • A few pearls roll off, unfurling some genuinely glistening sounds for the waning summer days.
    • The boat suddenly lurched and spun about as the sail was unfurled and caught the wind.
    • Therefore, think before you open your mouth, unfurl your pen, punch a keyboard or click a mouse.
    • Then, Lancelot unfurled a roll of names of squires who were to be dubbed a knight.
    • Each morning she unfurls her American flag and attaches it to the stand on the outside wall of her home.
    • County flags are unfurled and plans are made for the journey to the ‘match’.
    • As it was said, a flagpole had a horizontal slat on the top so that it could be possible to unfurl the flag wide.
    • Once grass starts sprouting and leaves begin to unfurl on trees, the vegetation gives the world a greenish cast on an overcast day.

intransitive verb

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