Decompress meaning

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To free from pressure.
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To free (a deep-sea diver, tunnel worker, etc.) from compression or air pressure by means of an air lock.
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To restore (compressed data) to its original state.
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To become relaxed, less tense, etc.; unwind.
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To relieve the pressure or compression on something.
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To relieve of pressure or compression.
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To bring (a person exposed to conditions of increased pressure) gradually back to normal atmospheric pressure.
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To adjust to normal atmospheric conditions after being exposed to increased pressure.
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To relax.

Decompressed after 12 hours of driving.

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To restore compressed data back to their original size. Decompressing is also called "unarchiving." See data compression and archive.
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To bring someone (such as a diver) back to normal atmospheric pressure after being exposed to high pressure.
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(computing) To restore compressed data to its normal size.
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(intransitive) To adjust to normal atmospheric pressure after being exposed to high pressure.
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(intransitive, informal) To relax.
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