decompress definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to alleviate of pressure or compression.
    • to carry (a person confronted with conditions of enhanced force) gradually back to normal atmospheric pressure.
    • to susceptible to the process of decompression.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To adjust to regular atmospheric circumstances after being exposed to increased stress.
    • casual To flake out: decompressed after 12 hours of driving.
    • to undergo the entire process of decompression.
  • verb:
    • to alleviate the pressure or compression on one thing.
    • To bring someone (including a diver) back to regular atmospheric force after exposure to questionable.
    • to displace squeezed data to its normal size.
    • to fully adjust to regular atmospheric pressure after being exposed to ruthless.
    • To relax.
    • restore to its uncompressed form
    • decrease the stress of
    • become less anxious, rest, and take one's simplicity

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