Unload meaning

ŭn-lōd
To remove the charge from (a firearm).
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To dispose of, especially by selling in great quantity; dump.
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To discharge a cargo or some other burden.
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To remove the charge from (a gun)
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To get rid of.

Unloading surplus goods.

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To unload something.
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To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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To remove the load or cargo from (a vehicle, etc.).

To unload a ship; to unload a camel.

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To remove (the load or cargo) from a vehicle, etc.

To unload bales of hay from a truck.

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(intransitive) To deposit one's load or cargo.
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(intransitive, figuratively) To give vent to or express.
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(computing) To remove (something previously loaded) from memory.
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To discharge or pour a liquid.
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To get rid of or dispose of.

To unload unprofitable stocks.

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To deliver forcefully.
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(slang) To ejaculate, particularly within an orifice.
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To draw the charge from.

To unload a gun.

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Origin of unload

  • From un- +"Ž load.

    From Wiktionary