- to untie (a knot)
- to undo or untangle a knot or knots in
transitive verbun·knit or un·knot·ted, un·knot·ting, un·knots
To untie or undo (a knot).
In knot theory, a knot that can be unraveled in three-dimensional space into an untangled loop without cutting it or intersecting it with itself.
- (mathematics) In knot theory, a loop that is not knotted.
(third-person singular simple present unknots, present participle unknotting, simple past and past participle unknotted)
- To undo (a knot).
un- +"Ž knot.