[ UK /dˌiːkəmpɹˈɛsɪŋ/ ]
  1. relieving pressure (especially bringing a compressed person gradually back to atmospheric pressure)
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How To Use decompressing In A Sentence

  • R. stretched out on the couch while G. and I unloaded the van but she could hardly wait to get into one of the rocking chairs on the front porch where we ate lunch and began the process of decompressing from our long journey.
  • And here are Katie and I decompressing from the trip there. What a weekend!
  • I have been walking all day and night, and am now decompressing before the flight home in the morning.
  • Also ... for some reason ... on-drive activities (such as decompressing a zip file, etc) are significantly slower than a standard hard drive. Discussions: Message List - root
  • In addition, if the form was submitted in compressed format (an option available to you), the Workplace Forms Server APIs transparently handles the decompressing of the form data.
  • He encountered buoyancy problems during his ascent, so he headed directly to the surface without decompressing.
  • No need for high bitrate stereo for the low-fi mono track in the original. all; first off, I am sorry for using the term "decompressing". Forum
  • By compressing and decompressing the body held in a twist the normal cleansing processes are supported.
  • Now he's decompressing and has no plans to leap into anything new just yet.
  • Everything was perfect, lovely, "decompressing" - yet within him, a maelstrom of weariness, confusion, and desires. Camy's Loft
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