Definition of unbox
: to remove from a box
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Many of the younger diehards do the company a solid by sharing their thoughts on the flavors—the gastronomic equivalent to unboxing videos.
He's just launched a new app for watching unboxing tech videos, called Unboxed.
According to the criminal complaint, on March 31 Kenneth Kaminski was caught on surveillance cameras unboxing a 3-month extra-strength supply of Rogaine in the Waukesha Woodman's.
Staff were unboxing, drilling, shelf-stocking and assembling as the five-month construction soon comes to a close.
Over the years, the ticket packages for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival have become a fun unboxing surprise, with snapshots filling Instagram long before fans flood their social media streams with selfies from the festival itself.
The new $300 Tivo HD is finally here, and the guys over at Gizmodo have lovingly unboxed one for our viewing pleasure.
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