uncork

[uhn-kawrk]
verb (used with object)
1.
to draw the cork from.
2.
Informal. to release or unveil; unleash: to uncork one's pent-up emotions.

Origin:
1720–30; un-2 + cork

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uncork (ʌnˈkɔːk)
 
vb
1.  to draw the cork from (a bottle, etc)
2.  to release or unleash (emotions, etc)

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Example sentences
It does not want to uncork the market until its standard is ready, whenever
  that may be.
Purchase a bottle upstairs in the store, then uncork it in the common area or
  private room.
Renewable power is inspiring clever new ways to store electricity-and to uncork
  it exactly when and where it is needed.
She thinks this approach could revolutionize our understanding of gravity and
  uncork the deepest workings of the universe.
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