Meaning of unwind
Pronunciation: (un-wīnd'), [key]
— v., -wound, -wind•ing.
- to undo or loosen from or as if from a coiled condition: to unwind a rolled bandage; to unwind a coiled rope.
- to reduce the tension of; relax: to unwind a person with a drink.
- to disentangle or disengage; untwist: to unwind one's legs from around the stool.
- to become unwound.
- to become relieved of tension; relax: After work we can have a drink and unwind.
- unwind (Thesaurus)