unblind

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ blind

Verb[edit]

unblind (third-person singular simple present unblinds, present participle unblinding, simple past and past participle unblinded)

  1. (sometimes figuratively) To free from blindness.
  2. (business) To remove the secrecy from (a bid).
  3. (cryptography, of a blind signature, transitive) To convert back to the unblinded state (as opposed to the blinded state).

Adjective[edit]

unblind (comparative more unblind, superlative most unblind)

  1. Not blind.