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    unfold | آنتای | آنتاییدن

    unfold | آنتای

    آنتاییدن = آن (اَن) + تای + یدن

    آنْتای| ântây

    دیکشنری نارسیس

    unfold
    اشكار كردن‌، فاش‌ كردن‌ اشكار شدن‌، رها كردن‌، بازكردن‌، تاه‌ چيزى‌ را گشودن‌
     

    دیکشنری آریانپور

    unfold     un.fold

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    • (چيز تا كرده‌ را) گستردن‌، پهن‌ كردن‌، (كاشانى‌) شيد كردن‌
      to unfold the tablecloth
      روميزى را پهن‌ كردن‌
      to fold and then to unfold the arms
      دستان‌ خود را جمع‌ و سپس‌ از هم‌ باز كردن‌
    • هويدا كردن‌، برملا كردن‌
      the story is unfolded through dialogue
      داستان‌ از طريق‌ گفتگو برملا مى‌شود.‏
    • (بسته‌بندى و غيره‌ را) باز كردن‌، گشودن‌
    • كاملا رشد كردن‌، پيشرفته‌ شدن‌

     


     

    ریشه شناسی

    • پهلوی: tâk به معنای دانه و تا
    • فارسی: تا، تاه، تای، ته
    • بلوچی: tâk
    • پشتو: tâk به معنای تا، چین، لا

     


     

    etymonline.com

    unfold (v.)

    Old English unfealdan, “to open or unwrap the folds of,” also figuratively, “to disclose, reveal, explain,” from un- (۲) “opposite of” + fold (v.). Similar formation in Middle Dutch ontvouden, German entfalten. Intransitive sense is attested from late 14c. Related: Unfoldedunfolding.

     


     

    Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English (5th)

    unfold
    unfold /ʌnˈfəʊld $ -ˈfoʊld/ verb
    [Word Family: verbfoldunfold; nounfoldfolder; adjective: folded, folding]
    ۱. [intransitive and transitive] if a story unfolds, or if someone unfolds it, it is told:
    As the story unfolds, we learn more about Max’s childhood.
    ۲. [intransitive] if a series of events unfold, they happen:
    He had watched the drama unfold from a nearby ship.
    ۳. [intransitive and transitive] if you unfold something that was folded, or if it unfolds, it opens out:
    He unfolded the map.

    New Oxford Thesaurus Dictionary

    unfold

    Øverb
    ۱ Ma unfolded the evening paper
    OPEN OUT, spread out, stretch out, flatten, straighten out, unfurl, unroll, unravel, uncoil, unwind, extend.
    -opposite(s): FOLD UP.

    ۲ as she unfolded her tale Joanna’s face fell
    NARRATE, relate, recount, tell, reveal, make known, disclose, divulge, present, communicate, report, recite, portray, elaborate, clarify, spell out, give an account of, set forth, set out.

    ۳ I watched the events unfold
    DEVELOP, evolve, happen, take place, occur, transpire, unroll, emerge, grow, progress, mature, work out, untangle, bear fruit, blossom.


    WordWeb
    unfold
    Øverb
    ۱ Ma unfolded the evening paper
    OPEN OUT, spread out, stretch out, flatten, straighten out, unfurl, unroll, unravel, uncoil, unwind, extend.
    -opposite(s): FOLD UP.2 as she unfolded her tale Joanna’s face fell
    NARRATE, relate, recount, tell, reveal, make known, disclose, divulge, present, communicate, report, recite, portray, elaborate, clarify, spell out, give an account of, set forth, set out.

    ۳ I watched the events unfold
    DEVELOP, evolve, happen, take place, occur, transpire, unroll, emerge, grow, progress, mature, work out, untangle, bear fruit, blossom.

        The periodic replacement of equipment, details …

     


    Babylon English

    v.open something that was folded; reveal, explain; become unfolded, be revealed, become apparen

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