Translation of untie in Spanish:


deshacer, v.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈtʌɪ//ˌənˈtaɪ/

transitive verbuntied, untying, unties

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    (knot) deshacer
    (knot) desatar
    (shoelaces) desatar
    (shoelaces) desamarrar River Plate Latin America
    (dog/horse) soltar
    (horse/dog) desatar
    (dog/horse) desamarrar River Plate Latin America
    • Nelson has something with shoelaces; he enjoys untying everybody's shoelaces to annoy them.
    • She is the largest and nicest doll I have ever had, but I will never undress her or untie the red ribbons under her chin.
    • As soon as it's tied, I untie and unwrap it again, and set it down on the pedestal.
    • He picked up the small parcel and untied the string around it.
    • Leanne grinned and obeyed, untying the floppy pink bow, and lifting the lid off the box slowly.
    • He pulled off the ribbon, carefully untying the bow so as not to damage it and pulled away the tissue paper from a small plastic case, and he knew from the company logo embossed on the lid that the box contained a watch.
    • I quickly untied the rope that was bound around her body, then worked on her hands and ankles.
    • Finally, she untied the knot and let the dress tumble to a pile at her feet.
    • Princess Grace, ever so carefully, untied the golden silk cords to the snow white carrying cloth, in which her dagger was kept.
    • I untied the red ribbon that bound the black box and excitedly opened the lid to find a gorgeous strand of delicate, white diamonds.
    • She stood up and began untying the binds to her dress.
    • He reaches down and starts untying her other bootlace and gently pulling her boots and socks off, massaging her feet and ankles as he does.
    • He quickly untied the cord that held the dress in place.
    • When she wishes to punish anyone she gives them a basket of one hundred pairs of shoes all with the laces tied in a hundred tight knots and makes them sit and untie every one.
    • My current shoelaces haven't been untied for at least a year and are getting a bit ragged, so I thought it was time for some new ones.
    • His hands slipped behind my ears and untied my blindfold.
    • They clambered into the little wooden boat and she instructed her to carefully begin untying the knot that secured her side of the boat.
    • She untied the bloodstained black bandana from his neck.
    • Jim untied the rope that was fastened to it and lit it.
    • ‘You know, they really shouldn't torture you,’ said the girl who had finished untying the first of three knots.