Unpack meaning

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To remove the contents of (a suitcase, for example).
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To remove from a container, from packaging, or from packing.
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To remove a pack from (a pack animal).
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To elucidate or interpret (the meanings implicit in an utterance or text, for example).
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To unpack objects from a container.
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To open and remove the packed contents of.
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To take from a crate, trunk, etc.
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To remove a pack or load from.
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To analyze and explain in detail.

To unpack a complex idea.

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To remove the contents of a packed trunk, suitcase, etc.
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To admit of being unpacked.
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See pack.
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To remove from a package or container, particularly with respect to items that had previously been arranged closely and securely in a pack.

They didn't have time to unpack their bags before going out to dinner.

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(intransitive) To empty containers that had been packed.

They didn't have time to unpack before going to dinner.

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To analyze a concept or a text.
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(linguistics, of a segment such as a vowel) To undergo separation of its features into distinct segments.
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(computing) To decompress.
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Origin of unpack

un- +"Ž pack