, -·closed′, -·clos′ing
- to make or become no longer closed; open
- to disclose or reveal
Origin of uncloseMiddle English unclosen: see un- + close
verbun·closed, un·clos·ing, un·clos·es
- To open.
- To disclose.
- To be opened.
- To undergo disclosure.
(third-person singular simple present uncloses, present participle unclosing, simple past and past participle unclosed)
From un- +"Ž close.