Definition of break something out in English:

break something out

phrasal verb

informal
  • Open and start using something.

    ‘it was time to break out the champagne’
    • ‘Also, if you happen to have a private jet and an apartment in Paris, now's the time to break them out.’
    • ‘Have board games handy, and break them out when things are dull.’
    • ‘We won't be doing handstands in the streets or breaking the champagne out.’
    • ‘Hang on though, don't break the bunting out just yet.’