Definition of unpause in US English:

unpause

verb

  • 1no object To cause a previously paused computer application, recording, etc., to resume playing or running.

  • 2with object To restart (a previously paused recording or playback device); to cause (a previously paused computer application, recording, etc.) to resume playing or running.

Origin

1970s. From un- + pause. Compare earlier de-pause in quot. 1965 at pause.

Pronunciation

unpause

/(ˌ)ʌnˈpɔːz/