Definition of unfix in English:

unfix

verb

  • See unfixed

    • ‘I pulled it on, but I was trying to go so fast I got all the fancy straps tangled up, and I didn't have the time to unfix them right then.’
    • ‘So much of the angst surrounding Derrida's work comes from a fear that he destabilises and unfixes truth and meaning.’
    • ‘We fix it, it stays fixed for a couple of printings, then it mysteriously unfixes itself once more.’
    • ‘With the knowledge that Galway had given her she had unfixed the bars from their place in the stone a long time ago.’
    • ‘This critique is particularly valid when one considers that, even as the film unfixes gender, it repeatedly heterosexualizes Orlando's romantic exchanges.’

Pronunciation

unfix

/ʌnˈfɪks/