transitive verb-·pled, -·pling
- to release (dogs) from being leashed together in couples
- to unfasten (things coupled); disconnect
to become unfastened
verbun·cou·pled, un·cou·pling, un·cou·ples
- To disconnect: uncouple railroad cars.
- To set loose or release from a couple.
To come or break loose.
(third-person singular simple present uncouples, present participle uncoupling, simple past and past participle uncoupled)