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uncrate

(ʌnˈkreɪt)
vb (tr)
to remove from a crate
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Verb1.uncrate - remove from the crateuncrate - remove from the crate; "uncrate the glassed carefully!"
unpack, take out - remove from its packing; "unpack the presents"
crate - put into a crate; as for protection; "crate the paintings before shipping them to the museum"
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An uncrating event kicks off the exhibition April 20 from 6 to p.m.
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Maximize time spent on your equipment by uncrating the machine and plugging it in.
With so little free room above ground, there are also substantial workshops for building exhibition stands and for crating or uncrating works, serviced by a very large lift and fully enclosed loading dock at street level.
The first evening of the weekend auction, some of the students chose to come to the television station to see the auction from the inside and were able to help in moving around and uncrating the artwork to be auctioned off, as well as answering phones.
A technician uncrating the canvas at the Met is said to have exclaimed, "He used all the crayons in the box."