Definitions

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  • v. To remove from a crate.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. remove from the crate

Etymologies

un- +‎ crate (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Fun blogs such as uncrate.com or even DailyCandy.com help you find things that are off the beaten path that you may not have heard of otherwise.

    Tiffany Crawford: A Climate of Change: Corporate Greed, Creativity, and the Shift

  • When asked to uncrate and organize a personal library of rare books, Edward's indignation turns to intrigue as he realizes that there may be a unique medieval codex hidden among the volumes, a treasure kept locked away for many years and for many reasons.

    Codex by Lev Grossman: Book summary

  • Neil Patrick Harris (swoon!), who likes towleroad. com and uncrate. com.

    Jimmy the Geek

  • Really regret ever checking uncrate a couple days ago...

    Kind of Bloop: An 8-Bit Tribute to Miles Davis - Waxy.org

  • 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.

    Child Of The Hunt

  • My mom's home and I'm sure there're groceries to bring in or artworks to uncrate or something.

    Child Of The Hunt

  • 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.

    Strategic Air Command: People Aircraft and Missiles 2nd Edition

  • Lorna halted the workmen and had them uncrate the desk and carry it into the study.

    This Calder Range

  • It was necessary to uncrate the power tools and measure them before the fastening bolts could be imbedded in the concrete.

    Rocket Ship Galileo

  • It took all day to clean the cabin, unload the car, and uncrate what they needed at once.

    Rocket Ship Galileo

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