- to unfasten; loosen; detach
- to unsettle
Origin of unfixun- + fix
transitive verbun·fixed, un·fix·ing, un·fix·es
- To detach or unfasten: unfix bayonets.
- To undo or cancel the arrangement of: unfix an appointment.
- To cause to be unstable or uncertain: an experience that unfixed her beliefs.
- To alter (one's gaze) from a single object or direction.
(third-person singular simple present unfixes, present participle unfixing, simple past and past participle unfixed)
un- +"Ž fix