unwrap

[uhn-rap]
verb (used with object), unwrapped, unwrapping.
1.
to remove or open the wrapping of.
2.
to open (something wrapped): Sheila unwrapped the Christmas presents quickly.
verb (used without object), unwrapped, unwrapping.
3.
to become unwrapped.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English unwrappen; see un-2, wrap

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unwrap (ʌnˈræp)
 
vb , -wraps, -wrapping, -wrapped
to remove the covering or wrapping from (something) or (of something wrapped) to have the covering come off

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unwrap
late 14c., from un- (2) + wrap.
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Example sentences
Unwrap the mints and seal them inside the freezer bag.
Unwrap the empanadas and space them evenly on the sheet.
The preparation requires no cutting or fancy folding of parchment paper, and
  lets each diner unwrap a fragrant, smoky package.
Unwrap your foot and scrub the areas with a pumice stone.
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