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To relax
To relieve the pressure or compression on something
To bring someone (such as a diver) back to normal atmospheric pressure after being exposed to high pressure
To adjust to normal atmospheric pressure after being exposed to high pressure
To restore compressed data to its normal size
to expand a file which has been compressed to save space in storage or in transfer by modem see compress and archive for further information
To open a file that has been compressed, returning it to its original size A compressed file must be decompressed in order to be viewed, printed, or run
Un-compressing a compressed file to make it usable (well, you did ask!)
is "unshrinking" a compressed file back to its original size
restore to its uncompressed form; "decompress data
{f} lessen pressure; expand a compressed file (Computers)
decrease the pressure of; "depressurize the cabin in the air plane"
become less tense, rest, or take one's ease; "He relaxed in the hot tub"; "Let's all relax after a hard day's work"
The restoration of a group of compressed files to their original size
restore to its uncompressed form; "decompress data"
To take a digitally compressed data file and return it to it's original state
Opposite of compressing a file; the process of restoring the file to its original size and format The most common programs for decompressing files are PKUNZIP for IBM PC and compatible computers ( zip files) and Compact Pro ( cpt files) or Stuffit Expander ( sit files) for Macintosh computers Certain DOS files with the extension " exe" are self-extracting and do not require a program for decompressing All Macintosh files with the extension " sea" are self-extracting
decompression
The restoration to atmospheric pressure of a person who has spent time under higher pressure (such as a diver)
decompressed
past of decompress
decompresses
third-person singular of decompress
decompressing
present participle of decompress
decompressing
relieving pressure
decompression
The process of taking audio and video material that has been compressed and getting it back into its original form so that it can be heard and seen through a monitor or TV set 5 4c
decompression
The expanding of compressed image files See lossy and non-lossy
decompression
restoring compressed information to its normal form for use or display
decompression
The expansion of compressed image files See also lossy and non-lossy
decompression
relieving pressure restoring compressed information to its normal form for use or display
decompression
The inverse of compression
decompression
The process of restoring a COMPRESSED file to its original state
decompression
 loss of pressure; contributes to diving-related tissue
decompression
Any change from one ambient pressure to a lower ambient pressure, always results in a reduction of gas pressure within the body
decompression
Used to restore data to uncompressed form after compression
decompression
- Process of returning to a bit map from a compressed representation
decompression
The process of restoring the contents of a compressed file
decompression
the expansion of compressed files to their original state and size
decompression
Any change from one ambient pressure to a lower ambient pressure; always results in a reduction of gas pressures within the body
decompression
any change from one ambient pressure to a lower ambient pressure, always results in a reduction of gas pressures within the body
decompression
Decompression is the reduction of the force on something that is caused by the weight of the air. Decompression blew out a window in the plane
decompression
Decompression is the process of bringing someone back to the normal pressure of the air after they have been deep underwater. a decompression chamber
decompression
The reduction of atmospheric pressure; particularly, various techniques for preventing caisson disease
decompression
When an image or other digital data set is compressed and stored, it is not usable until it is decompressed into it original form
decompression
The process of interpreting information that has been optimised through file compression
decompression
The process of restoring a compressed file to its original size and format
decompression
is the opposite of compression applications Files that have been compressed (for example to send via e-mail), can be restored to their original size and format using a decompression application
decompression
To reverse the procedure run by compression software The compressed data, therefore, returns to its original size and condition
decompression
The gradual return of divers from the high pressure environment under water to normal atmospheric pressure at the surface
decompression
The relief of pressure on a body part by surgery
decompression
{i} lessening of pressure
decompression
Files that can be downloaded from the Internet are usually stored in a compressed format to save disk space and downloading time In order to read or use the files on your computer, you need a decompression program to decompress the files Find out more about compression and decompression
decompression
In relation to the soine this procedure is carried out to relieve pressure on the spinalk cord or nerve roots
decompression
relieving pressure
decompression
The process of restoring compressed data to its original form This task is accomplished with a program such as PKUNZIP or WinZip that recognized the format of the compressed file It can also be automatically performed by networks
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decompression
depressurization
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