- v. To remove from a crate.
- v. remove from the crate
- un- + crate (Wiktionary)
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“By dusk, when they had all agreed to meet at the Faire, Buffy had passed a long afternoon helping her mother uncrate the pieces of a new gallery exhibit before the two of them shared sugar-overloaded iced tea in the backyard.”
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“In late 1950, it had taken over two weeks to move the 27th Wing's F-84Es by aircraft carriers from California to Japan, and it took several more days to uncrate the fighters and get them ready for combat.”
“Lorna halted the workmen and had them uncrate the desk and carry it into the study.”
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