[ UK /ʌnpˈæk/ ]
[ US /ənˈpæk/ ]
[ US /ənˈpæk/ ]
remove from its packing
unpack the presents
How To Use unpack In A Sentence
- The clergyman and his son pricked up their ears at this, photography being with them only a degree less absorbing a pastime than that of walking; Ron awoke suddenly to the remembrance that his half-plate camera had never been unpacked since his arrival; and the three vied with each other in asking questions about the proposed excursion, and in urging that a date should be fixed. Big Game A Story for Girls
- Bent double under their loads, the savants spend hours unpacking and repacking their sacks whenever they meet each other.
- It was such a perfect scene of raw unpackaged travel that I half expected to find Jan Morris or Colin Thubron lurking behind a cast-iron column.
- You've barely unpacked your holiday suitcase. Times, Sunday Times
- One group unpacked a sumptuous meal of steaming lasagna and other gourmet delights, along with the requisite bottle of vintage wine.
- The women unpack the boxes and distribute the bars. Christianity Today
- As I sit here unpacking my mental suitcase from this trip, I do feel like I've been a tourist.
- I had to unpack his boxes and sort it all out. The Sun
- We unpacked them very carefully and pulled them to pieces and scattered the straw about. The Treasure Seekers
- After hours of lugging and unpacking heavy boxes, he would freshen up, put on a jacket, and work the floor of the restaurant as wine steward until the end of the night.