[ uhn-thred ]
/ ʌnˈθrɛd /

verb (used with object)

to draw out or take out the thread from: to unthread a sewing machine.
to thread one's way through or out of, as a densely wooded forest.
to disentangle; separate out of a raveled or confused condition: to unthread a mystery.

Origin of unthread

First recorded in 1585–95; un-2 + thread

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British Dictionary definitions for unthread

/ (ʌnˈθrɛd) /

verb (tr)

to draw out the thread or threads from (a needle, etc)
to disentangle