I am using tcsh. bash and zsh and other suggestions won't help here.
I have several aliases that are named the same thing as another command, so if I did unalias it, typing the same thing would now do something different.
Most of the time I want the aliased command, which is why I have them. However, sometimes I want the unaliased command.
Without actually unaliasing and redefining the command, is there a simple way to tell tcsh to use the unaliased command instead?
For example, vi is aliased to vim, but sometimes I want to just use vi. cd is aliased to change my window title, but sometimes I want to leave it alone.
Obviously I could type /usr/bin/vi but since cd is a shell built-in command, there is no equivalent. Is there a general solution?