unbox

[ uhn-boks ]
/ ʌnˈbɒks /

verb (used with object)

to remove from a box.
to remove (a new product or desirable purchase) from its box or packaging, especially for others to see: I just uploaded a video of me unboxing my new tablet.

RELATED WORDS


Nearby words

  1. unbosom,
  2. unbothered,
  3. unbound,
  4. unbounded,
  5. unbowed,
  6. unbrace,
  7. unbraid,
  8. unbranded,
  9. unbreakable,
  10. unbreathed

Origin of unbox

First recorded in 1600-50; un-2 + box1

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