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- v. To remove from a box.
- v. (computing) To retrieve (a value of a primitive type) from the object in which it is boxed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To remove from a box or boxes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. remove from a box
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• Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!
Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!
Unless you want me to "unbox" my new mitre saw stand, I'm going to skip any such technology documentation.
Makes sense to me ... "unbox" wasn't the most intuitive name for new consumers.
Our goal here at WU is to help “unbox” genre-fiction writing through a discussion of craft and by interviewing industry pros who can help illuminate the process.
Super Punch: Ninjas unbox the Nexus One (link roundup) skip to main | skip to sidebar
Patrick Boivin and his ninjas unbox the Nexus One for Google.
I don't particularly like struggling over setting up new PCs, but I was able to unbox and set up this one on my kitchen table in less than 10 minutes.
To truly unbox, you must twist, twist, twist your story concept until there is no way anyone else could have thought it up.
The guys had to drive down there frequently to unbox, install, and wire up more servers—an activity for which they often recruited friends to help.
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