- to remove or take off (a load, cargo, etc.)
- to take a load, cargo, etc. from
- to give vent to (one's grief, troubles, etc.); express or tell freely
- to relieve of something that troubles, burdens, etc.
- to remove the charge from (a gun)
- to get rid of: unloading surplus goods
to unload something
See unload in American Heritage Dictionary 4
, un·loads verb, transitive
a. To remove the load or cargo from.
b. To discharge (cargo or a load).
a. To relieve of something burdensome or oppressive; unburden: unloaded the donkeys.
b. To give expression to (one's troubles or feelings); pour forth.
- To remove the charge from (a firearm).
- To dispose of, especially by selling in great quantity; dump.
To discharge a cargo or some other burden.
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