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unpack
American English: /ˌənˈpæk/
British English: /ʌnˈpak/

Translation of unpack in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1
    (bags/briefcase)
    sacar las cosas de
    (object)
    sacar de la maleta ( or caja etc)
    Example sentences
    • I managed to get rid of the parents, & high spiritedly returned to my room to unpack everything save the suitcase; I even stuck some posters on the wall.
    • I started to unpack my bags and place the contents into the dresser drawers.
    • Having just unpacked her bags Liddell has not yet focused on departure.
    Example sentences
    • I unzipped one suitcase and began unpacking jeans, t-shirts, and skirts and placing them in the four-drawer dresser.
    • Assuming that nothing in the package description, unpacking instructions and so forth, needs to be updated, that's all you have to do.
    • Complete package: unpack it, plug it in and let it burn.
    1.2
    (Computing)

intransitive verb

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