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un·load

 (ŭn-lōd′)
v. un·load·ed, un·load·ing, un·loads
v.tr.
1.
a. To remove the load or cargo from.
b. To discharge (cargo or a load).
2.
a. To relieve of something burdensome or oppressive; unburden: a confidant to whom he could unload his heart.
b. To give expression to (one's troubles or feelings); pour forth.
3. To remove the charge from (a firearm).
4. To dispose of, especially by selling in great quantity; dump.
v.intr.
To discharge a cargo or some other burden.

un·load′er n.

unload

(ʌnˈləʊd)
vb
1. to remove a load or cargo from (a ship, lorry, etc)
2. to discharge (cargo, freight, etc)
3. (tr) to relieve of a burden or troubles
4. (tr) to give vent to (anxiety, troubles, etc)
5. (tr) to get rid of or dispose of (esp surplus goods)
6. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (tr) to remove the charge of ammunition from (a firearm)
unˈloader n

un•load

(ʌnˈloʊd)

v.t.
1. to take the load or cargo from.
2. to remove or discharge (cargo, passengers, etc.).
3. to remove the charge from (a firearm).
4. to relieve of anything burdensome, oppressive, etc.
5. to express freely, as feelings or grievances; pour out.
6. to get rid of (goods, shares of stock, etc.) by sale in large quantities.
v.i.
7. to unload something.
[1515–25]
un•load′er, n.

unload


Past participle: unloaded
Gerund: unloading

Imperative
unload
unload
Present
I unload
you unload
he/she/it unloads
we unload
you unload
they unload
Preterite
I unloaded
you unloaded
he/she/it unloaded
we unloaded
you unloaded
they unloaded
Present Continuous
I am unloading
you are unloading
he/she/it is unloading
we are unloading
you are unloading
they are unloading
Present Perfect
I have unloaded
you have unloaded
he/she/it has unloaded
we have unloaded
you have unloaded
they have unloaded
Past Continuous
I was unloading
you were unloading
he/she/it was unloading
we were unloading
you were unloading
they were unloading
Past Perfect
I had unloaded
you had unloaded
he/she/it had unloaded
we had unloaded
you had unloaded
they had unloaded
Future
I will unload
you will unload
he/she/it will unload
we will unload
you will unload
they will unload
Future Perfect
I will have unloaded
you will have unloaded
he/she/it will have unloaded
we will have unloaded
you will have unloaded
they will have unloaded
Future Continuous
I will be unloading
you will be unloading
he/she/it will be unloading
we will be unloading
you will be unloading
they will be unloading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unloading
you have been unloading
he/she/it has been unloading
we have been unloading
you have been unloading
they have been unloading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unloading
you will have been unloading
he/she/it will have been unloading
we will have been unloading
you will have been unloading
they will have been unloading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unloading
you had been unloading
he/she/it had been unloading
we had been unloading
you had been unloading
they had been unloading
Conditional
I would unload
you would unload
he/she/it would unload
we would unload
you would unload
they would unload
Past Conditional
I would have unloaded
you would have unloaded
he/she/it would have unloaded
we would have unloaded
you would have unloaded
they would have unloaded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unload - leave or unload; "unload the cargo"; "drop off the passengers at the hotel"
deliver - bring to a destination, make a delivery; "our local super market delivers"
wharf - discharge at a wharf; "wharf the passengers"
air-drop - drop (an object) from the air; unload from a plane or helicopter
2.unload - take the load off (a container or vehicle)unload - take the load off (a container or vehicle); "unload the truck"; "offload the van"
empty - remove; "Empty the water"

unload

verb
1. empty, clear, unpack, dump, discharge, off-load, disburden, unlade Unload everything from the boot and clean it thoroughly.
2. unburden, relieve, lighten, disburden He unloaded the horse where the track dead-ended.

unload

verb
1. To remove the cargo or load from:
2. To get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount:
Translations
يُفْرِغ الحُمولَهيُفْرِغُ حُمُولَة
vyložit
losse
purkaa kuorma
istovariti
kirak
afferma, losa
荷を降ろす
짐을 내리다
iškrauti
izkraut
raztovoriti
lasta av
ถ่ายสินค้า
boşaltmakindirmekyükünü boşaltmak
dỡ hàng

unload

[ˈʌnˈləʊd]
A. VT
1.descargar
we unloaded the furnituredescargamos los muebles
2. (= get rid of) → deshacerse de
B. VIdescargar

unload

[ʌnˈləʊd]
vt
[+ car, van, truck, ship] → décharger; [+ goods, cargo, luggage] → décharger
We unloaded the car → Nous avons déchargé la voiture.
[+ washing machine] → vider
(= get rid of) [+ employee, player, stock] → se débarrasser de
vi [truck, ship] → décharger
The lorries go there to unload → Les camions y vont pour décharger.

unload

vt
ship, gunentladen; boot, luggageausladen; carentladen, ausladen; cargolöschen; passengersabsetzen; bombabwerfen
(inf: = get rid of) (Fin) sharesabstoßen; furniture, children, problemabladen (on(to) bei); job, problemabwälzen (on(to) auf +acc)
vi (ship)löschen; (truck)abladen

unload

[ʌnˈləʊd]
1. vt
a.scaricare
b. (fam) (get rid of) to unload onto sb (problem, children) → scaricare su qn
2. viscaricare

unload

(anˈləud) verb
to remove (cargo) from (eg a ship, vehicle etc). The men were unloading the ship.

unload

يُفْرِغُ حُمُولَة vyložit losse entladen ξεφορτώνω descargar purkaa kuorma décharger istovariti scaricare 荷を降ろす 짐을 내리다 uitladen lesse av rozładować descarregar разгружать lasta av ถ่ายสินค้า boşaltmak dỡ hàng 卸货
References in classic literature ?
Without landing stages it was to be a difficult matter to unload these beasts upon the open plain, but there was nothing else for it, and so we put out for a point about ten miles from the city and began the task.
They were frequently obliged to unload the horses to get them by the narrow places; and sometimes to wade through the water in getting round rocks and butting cliffs.
The road continued for two days through narrow defiles, where they were repeatedly obliged to unload the horses.
The next day they resumed their march in snow and rain, but with all their efforts could only get forward nine miles, having for a part of the distance to unload the horses and carry the packs themselves.
If you unload his skull of its spermy heaps and then take a rear view of its rear end, which is the high end, you will be struck by its resemblance to the human skull, beheld in the same situation, and from the same point of view.
The United States and Brazil must both seek out other countries with undeveloped resources, in order to unload the surpluses on them.
When the big fellows wanted to unload Little Copper, they sent Jakey Fallow into the New York Stock Exchange to yell out: 'I'll buy all or any part of Little Copper at fifty five,' Little Copper being at fifty-four.
He had unloaded 85 sacks when a few workers came and said they would unload the material and also demanded money for the sacks already unloaded.
The pivoting spout for the grain tank unload auger for Case IH 230 Series Axial-Flow [R] combines is an industry-exclusive option that saves time and grain by allowing the operator to move the unloading grain stream in or out with an in-cab control.
At the Burnaston plant near Derby, two Thorworld systems are used to unload steel body parts from vehicle trailers, in which they are stored on site until needed.
The key to the technology is its ability to unload the hiomass and transport it away by conveyor at an extremely fast pace, eliminating the need for large, and costly, underground structures.
2 : to take a load from <Help me unload the car.