Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To remove from a box or boxes.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb transitive To remove from a box.
  • verb transitive (computing) To retrieve (a value of a primitive type) from the object in which it is boxed.

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

  • verb remove from a box

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Examples

  • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • • Screw the stupid iPhone 4G: Let's "unbox" a La Rosa pizza!

    The Clog

  • Unless you want me to "unbox" my new mitre saw stand, I'm going to skip any such technology documentation.

    :: RhodesSchool

  • Makes sense to me ... "unbox" wasn't the most intuitive name for new consumers.

    TiVo Community

  • Makes sense to me ... "unbox" wasn't the most intuitive name for new consumers.

    TiVo Community

  • 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.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » New Year’s Resolutions

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