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unwind

verb
     
un‧wind past tense and past participle unwound
1 [intransitive] to relax and stop feeling anxious:
a beautiful country hotel that is the perfect place to unwind
2 [intransitive and transitive] to undo something that has been wrapped around something else, or to become undone after being wrapped around something:
She started to unwind her scarf.

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