Offload meaning

ôflōd, ŏf-
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To unload (a vehicle or container).
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To transfer (data) to a peripheral device.
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To get rid of and pass on to another.
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To unload a vehicle or container.
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To unload (a vehicle or container).
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To transfer (data) to a peripheral device.
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To get rid of and pass on to another.
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To unload a vehicle or container.
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(1) To transfer data from one device to another; for example, to move a video from a camcorder to a computer. See also upload and download.
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To get rid of things, work, or problems by passing them on to someone or something else.

He offloaded the defective car onto an unsuspecting buyer.

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(rugby) The act of passing the ball to a team mate when tackled.
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Origin of offload

  • From off- +"Ž load.

    From Wiktionary