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unpick

verb
     
Related topics: Sewing and Knitting
un‧pick [transitive]
1DLH to take out stitches from a piece of cloth or knitting
2 to examine the different parts of a subject, deal etc, especially in order to find faults:
I didn't want to unpick the past.
There are fears that the president might unpick the treaty.

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