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v. un·bratched, un·bratch·ing, un·bratch·es

Transitive v.

To tear off a section of something with perforated divisions.

Intransitive v.

To be separated from a whole at the point of perforation.
"Could you unbratch a few of those paper towels from the roll and hand them to me?"
by Lonnie Trahan July 02, 2008
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