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    seat belt

    hi there,

    please, what's the opposite of "to fasten the seat belt"?

    thanks.

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    Re: seat belt

    "Unbuckle your seat belt"
    or
    "Unfasten your seat belt"

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    Re: seat belt

    Quote Originally Posted by xpert View Post
    "Unbuckle your seat belt"
    or
    "Unfasten your seat belt"
    thanks.
    would you know which one is more informal?
    thanks.

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    Re: seat belt

    I'd say "unbuckle" is slightly less formal than "unfasten."

    "Undo" your seatbelt is less formal yet.

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