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unscramble in Broadcasting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunscrambleun‧scram‧ble /ʌnˈskræmbəl/ verb [transitive]  1 TCBto change a television signal or a message that has been sent in code (=a deliberately confusing way) so that it can be seen or read2 to make a confusing situation or confusing feelings easier to understand→ See Verb table
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unscrambleIllegal descramblers are electronically altered so they unscramble every signal coming into the home.The broadcasting of a pay channel requires the encryption or scrambling of the signal on emission and the unscrambling on reception.But how do we unscramble our feelings?It would be very simple to tell him everything and leave him to unscramble the truth contained in the confusion.For your chance of a night to remember, just unscramble this word to reveal what might be on the menu.