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Definitions from WordNet

Verb derestrict has 1 sense
  1. derestrict - make free from restrictions
    --1 is one way to
    exempt, relieve, free
    Antonyms: restrict
    Sample sentence:
    Somebody ----s something

Definitions from the Web

Term: Derestrict


To remove or lift restrictions or limitations on something; to free from restrictions.

Part of Speech:



1. To remove restrictions on an area or property.

2. To remove limitations on a person's actions.

Popular Usage:

1. The government decided to derestrict the previously restricted area, allowing public access.

2. The company decided to derestrict the internet access for its employees, allowing them to visit previously blocked websites.

Local Usage:

1. The homeowners association voted to derestrict certain rules, allowing residents to make modifications to their homes without seeking permission.

2. The city council plans to derestrict parking regulations in certain areas to accommodate the increasing number of vehicles.

Samples Sentences:

1. The environmental agency derestricted the protected forest area, granting access for research purposes.

2. The school decided to derestrict the dress code policy, allowing students to wear more casual attire.

3. The government has plans to derestrict the sale of certain medications, making them available over the counter.

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