Unpeg
Unpeg Un*peg", v. t. [1st pref. un- + peg.] To remove a peg or pegs from; to unfasten; to open. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • unpeg — [unpeg′] vt. unpegged, unpegging 1. to remove a peg or pegs from 2. to unfasten or detach in this way …   English World dictionary

  • unpeg — transitive verb Date: 1602 1. to remove a peg from 2. to unfasten by or as if by removing a peg …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unpeg — /un peg /, v.t., unpegged, unpegging. 1. to remove the pegs from. 2. to open, unfasten, or unfix by or as if by removing a peg. 3. to stop pegging (commodity prices, exchange rates, etc.). [1595 1605; UN 2 + PEG] * * * …   Universalium

  • unpeg — verb To remove from a peg …   Wiktionary

  • unpeg — verb (unpegs, unpegging, unpegged) 1》 unfasten by the removal of pegs. 2》 cease to maintain a fixed relationship between (a currency) and another currency …   English new terms dictionary

  • unpeg — un·peg …   English syllables

  • unpeg — un•peg [[t]ʌnˈpɛg[/t]] v. t. pegged, peg•ging 1) to remove the pegs from 2) to open or unfasten, as if by removing a peg • Etymology: 1595–1605 …   From formal English to slang

  • unpeg — /ʌnˈpɛg/ (say un peg) verb (t) (unpegged, unpegging) 1. to remove the peg or pegs from. 2. to open, unfasten, or unfix by removing a peg or pegs. 3. to permit (wages, prices, etc.) to be increased. {un 2 + peg} …   Australian English dictionary

  • unpeg — v.tr. (unpegged, unpegging) 1 unfasten by the removal of pegs. 2 cease to maintain or stabilize (prices etc.) …   Useful english dictionary

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