unfurl (unfurls, present participle unfurling; past and past participle unfurled)
- To unroll or release something that had been rolled up, typically a sail or a flag.
- They unfurled the flag at the start of the festival.
- (figurative) To roll out or debut anything.
- When will we be unfurling the new feature?
- (intransitive) To open up by unrolling.
- (intransitive, figurative) To turn out or unfold; to evolve; to progress.
- French: déployer, dérouler
- German: entfalten, entrollen, aufrollen
- Italian: srotolare, spiegare
- Portuguese: desfraldar
- Russian: развёртывать
- Spanish: desplegar, lagar