Definition of uncheck in English:

uncheck

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Unselect (a box in an electronic form, questionnaire, etc.)

    ‘consumers had to uncheck the box for travel insurance to opt out of purchasing it’
    • ‘In the General tab, locate and uncheck File and Printer Sharing.’
    • ‘Of course, unchecking that box doesn't uncheck the others, hence the need for a Clear All button.’
    • ‘I unchecked everything except a few essentials and rebooted.’
    • ‘Uncheck any songs you do not want to copy.’
    • ‘Go back to options; and for Alerts and Sounds, uncheck all the boxes.’
    • ‘From here, I unchecked the option to set the time automatically.’
    • ‘If it is anything even remotely bad or something you don't use - uncheck the box next to it.’
    • ‘Under the security tab uncheck the box marked 'Log on to network'.’
    • ‘This unchecks all checkboxes that have been selected.’

Pronunciation

uncheck

/ˌənˈCHek//ˌənˈtʃɛk/