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dump

 (dŭmp)
v. dumped, dump·ing, dumps
v.tr.
1. To release or throw down in a large mass.
2.
a. To empty (material) out of a container or vehicle: dumped the load of stones.
b. To empty out (a container or vehicle), as by overturning or tilting.
3.
a. To get rid of; discard: a fine for dumping trash on public land; dumped the extra gear overboard.
b. Informal To discard or reject unceremoniously: dump an old friend.
4. To place (goods or stock, for example) on the market in large quantities and at a low price.
5. Computers To transfer (data stored internally in a computer) from one place to another, as from a memory to a printout, without processing.
6. Slang To knock down; beat.
v.intr.
1. To fall or drop abruptly.
2. To discharge cargo or contents; unload.
3. Slang To criticize another severely: was always dumping on me.
n.
1. A place where refuse is dumped: a garbage dump; a nuclear waste dump.
2. A storage place for goods or supplies; a depot: an ammunition dump.
3. An unordered accumulation; a pile.
4. Computers An instance or the result of dumping stored data.
5. Slang A poorly maintained or disreputable place.
6. Vulgar Slang An act of defecating. Often used with take.

[Middle English dumpen, dompen, to fall suddenly, drop, of Scandinavian origin.]

dump′er n.

dump

(dʌmp)
vb
1. to drop, fall, or let fall heavily or in a mass
2. (tr) to empty (objects or material) out of a container
3. to unload, empty, or make empty (a container), as by tilting or overturning
4. (tr) informal to dispose of
5. (Environmental Science) (tr) to dispose of (waste, esp radioactive nuclear waste) in the sea or on land
6. (Commerce) commerce
a. to market (goods) in bulk and at low prices
b. to offer for sale large quantities of (goods) on foreign markets at low prices in order to maintain a high price in the home market and obtain a share of the foreign markets
7. (Military) (tr) to store (supplies, arms, etc) temporarily
8. (Physiology) (intr) slang chiefly US to defecate
9. (Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) (tr) surfing (of a wave) to hurl (a swimmer or surfer) down
10. (Agriculture) (tr) Austral and NZ to compact (bales of wool) by hydraulic pressure
11. (Computer Science) (tr) computing to record (the contents of part or all of the memory) on a storage device, such as magnetic tape, at a series of points during a computer run
n
12. (Environmental Science)
a. a place or area where waste materials are dumped
b. (in combination): rubbish dump.
13. a pile or accumulation of rubbish
14. the act of dumping
15. informal a dirty or unkempt place
16. (Military) military a place where weapons, supplies, etc, are stored
17. (Physiology) slang chiefly US an act of defecation
[C14: probably of Scandinavian origin; compare Norwegian dumpa to fall suddenly, Middle Low German dumpeln to duck]
ˈdumper n

dump

(dʌmp)
n
(Music, other) obsolete a mournful song; lament
[C16: see damp]

dump

(dʌmp)

v.t.
1. to drop or let fall in a mass; fling down or drop heavily or suddenly: Dump the topsoil here.
2. to unload or empty out (a container), as by tilting or overturning.
3. to empty out, as from a container.
4. to be dismissed, fired, or released from a contract.
5. Informal. to transfer or rid oneself of suddenly and irresponsibly: Don't dump your troubles on me!
6. Informal. to end a romantic relationship with (someone) unexpectedly and without mutual consent.
7.
a. to put (goods or securities) on the market in large quantities and at a low price, esp. in an attempt to reduce losses.
b. to sell (goods) into foreign markets below cost in an effort to destroy foreign competition.
8. to output (computer data), often in binary or hexadecimal form, esp. to diagnose a failure.
v.i.
9. to fall or drop down suddenly.
10. to throw away or discard garbage, refuse, etc.
11. to release contents: a sewage pipe that dumps in the ocean.
12. dump on,
a. to criticize harshly; abuse.
b. to unload one's problems onto (another person).
n.
13. an accumulation of discarded garbage, refuse, etc.
14. Also called dumpsite , dumping-ground. a place where garbage, refuse, etc., is deposited.
15. a collection of ammunition, military stores, etc., deposited at some point, as near a battlefront, for distribution.
16. the act of dumping.
17. Informal. a place, house, or town that is dilapidated, dirty, or disreputable.
18. a copy of dumped computer data.
[1250–1300; Middle English (in sense “to fall suddenly”) < Old Norse dumpa strike, bump]
dump′er, n.

dump

A temporary storage area, usually in the open, for bombs, ammunition, equipment, or supplies.

Dump

 a pile or heap of rubbish, 1871.

dump


Past participle: dumped
Gerund: dumping

Imperative
dump
dump
Present
I dump
you dump
he/she/it dumps
we dump
you dump
they dump
Preterite
I dumped
you dumped
he/she/it dumped
we dumped
you dumped
they dumped
Present Continuous
I am dumping
you are dumping
he/she/it is dumping
we are dumping
you are dumping
they are dumping
Present Perfect
I have dumped
you have dumped
he/she/it has dumped
we have dumped
you have dumped
they have dumped
Past Continuous
I was dumping
you were dumping
he/she/it was dumping
we were dumping
you were dumping
they were dumping
Past Perfect
I had dumped
you had dumped
he/she/it had dumped
we had dumped
you had dumped
they had dumped
Future
I will dump
you will dump
he/she/it will dump
we will dump
you will dump
they will dump
Future Perfect
I will have dumped
you will have dumped
he/she/it will have dumped
we will have dumped
you will have dumped
they will have dumped
Future Continuous
I will be dumping
you will be dumping
he/she/it will be dumping
we will be dumping
you will be dumping
they will be dumping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dumping
you have been dumping
he/she/it has been dumping
we have been dumping
you have been dumping
they have been dumping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dumping
you will have been dumping
he/she/it will have been dumping
we will have been dumping
you will have been dumping
they will have been dumping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dumping
you had been dumping
he/she/it had been dumping
we had been dumping
you had been dumping
they had been dumping
Conditional
I would dump
you would dump
he/she/it would dump
we would dump
you would dump
they would dump
Past Conditional
I would have dumped
you would have dumped
he/she/it would have dumped
we would have dumped
you would have dumped
they would have dumped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dump - a coarse term for defecationdump - a coarse term for defecation; "he took a shit"
defecation, laxation, shitting - the elimination of fecal waste through the anus
2.dump - a piece of land where waste materials are dumpeddump - a piece of land where waste materials are dumped
eitchen midden, kitchen midden, midden - (archeology) a mound of domestic refuse containing shells and animal bones marking the site of a prehistoric settlement
garbage heap, junk heap, junk pile, refuse heap, rubbish heap, scrapheap, trash heap, trash pile - an accumulation of refuse and discarded matter
toxic dumpsite, toxic waste dump, toxic waste site - a location where toxic wastes can be or have been disposed of (often illegally)
land site, site - the piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located); "a good site for the school"
3.dump - (computer science) a copy of the contents of a computer storage device; sometimes used in debugging programs
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
core dump - (computer science) dump of the contents of the chief registers in the CPU; usually used for debugging
written matter, copy - matter to be printed; exclusive of graphical materials
4.dump - a place where supplies can be stored; "an ammunition dump"
storehouse, depot, entrepot, storage, store - a depository for goods; "storehouses were built close to the docks"
Verb1.dump - throw away as refuse; "No dumping in these woods!"
chuck out, discard, cast aside, cast away, throw away, toss away, toss out, put away, throw out, cast out, dispose, fling, toss - throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
2.dump - sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly; "The company dumped him after many years of service"; "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
get rid of, remove - dispose of; "Get rid of these old shoes!"; "The company got rid of all the dead wood"
3.dump - sell at artificially low prices
sell - exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent; "He sold his house in January"; "She sells her body to survive and support her drug habit"
4.dump - drop (stuff) in a heap or mass; "The truck dumped the garbage in the street"
drop - let fall to the ground; "Don't drop the dishes"
5.dump - fall abruptly; "It plunged to the bottom of the well"
dive, plunge, plunk - drop steeply; "the stock market plunged"
drop - to fall vertically; "the bombs are dropping on enemy targets"
6.dump - knock down with force; "He decked his opponent"
beat - hit repeatedly; "beat on the door"; "beat the table with his shoe"

dump

verb
1. drop, stick (informal), deposit, set down, bung (informal), throw down, park (informal), plonk (informal), let fall, fling down We dumped our bags on the table.
2. get rid of, tip, discharge, discard, dispose of, unload, jettison, empty out, coup (Scot.), throw away or out Untreated sewage is dumped into the sea.
3. scrap, axe (informal), get rid of, abolish, junk (informal), put an end to, discontinue, jettison, put paid to Ministers believed it was vital to dump the tax.
4. jilt, drop, abandon, desert, ditch (slang), betray, discard, throw over, leave (someone) in the lurch She was dumped by her long-term lover.
noun
1. rubbish tip, tip, dumping ground, scrapyard, junkyard, rubbish heap, refuse heap The walled garden was used as a dump.
2. (Informal) pigsty, hole (informal), joint (slang), slum, shack, shanty, hovel 'What a dump!' she said.

dump

verb
1. To remove the cargo or load from:
2. To let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example:
Informal: chuck, jettison, shuck (off).
Slang: ditch.
3. To get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount:
Translations
مُسْتَوْدَع قِمامَهمَقْلَبُ النُّفَاياتيَطْرَحيُلْقي النُّفَاياتيُلْقي، يَضَع
hoditodhazovatskládkasmetištěvyhodit
lossepladssmidestille
dumpatakaatopaikka
bacitismetlište
leraklezúdítszemétlerak ó
losa sig viî; sturta og skilja eftirskella niîursorphaugur
ごみ捨て場投げ捨てる
쓰레기 수거장털썩 떨어뜨리다
sąvartynassumesti
izgāztizgāztuvenomestnosviest
smetisko
odlagališčeodlagati
dumpatipp
ทิ้งที่ทิ้งขยะ
çöplükkoyuvermekatmakbırakıvermekboca etmek
bãi rácvứt bỏ

dump

[dʌmp]
A. N
1. (= place for refuse) → vertedero m, basurero m, basural m (LAm), tiradero(s) m(pl) (Mex); (= pile of rubbish) → montón m de basura
a rubbish dumpun vertedero, un basurero
2. (Mil) → depósito m
3. (= town) → poblacho m; (= hotel etc) → cuchitril m
it's a real dump!¡es una auténtica pocilga!
4. (Comput) → vuelco m de memoria, volcado m de memoria
5. to be (down) in the dumpstener murria, estar deprimido
6. to have a dump (Brit) (= defecate) → jiñar, cagar
B. VT
1. [+ rubbish etc] → verter, descargar
2. (= put down) [+ parcel] → dejar, soltar; [+ passenger] → dejar, plantar; [+ sand, load] → descargar, verter
to dump sth downponer algo (con mucho ruido)
can I dump this here?¿puedo dejar esto aquí?
3. (= get rid of) [+ person] → deshacerse de, librarse de; [+ girlfriend, boyfriend] → plantar
4. (= reject) → rechazar
5. (= throw away) [+ thing] → tirar
6. (Comm) [+ goods] → inundar el mercado de
7. (Comput) → volcar
C. VI (Brit) (= defecate) → jiñar, cagar

dump

[ˈdʌmp]
n
(also rubbish dump) → décharge f rubbish dump
(= awful place) → taudis m
It's a real dump! → C'est un vrai taudis!
(MILITARY) (= store) → dépôt m
(COMPUTING)listage m (de la mémoire) dumps
npl
to be down in the dumps → avoir le cafard, broyer du noir
vt
(= put down) → déposer
(= leave) → déposer
(= dispose of) [+ rubbish, old furniture] → jeter; [+ car] → abandonner
to dump waste (chemical, toxic, nuclear)déverser des déchets
The company dumped the waste in the river → L'entreprise déversait les déchets dans la rivière.
(= get rid of) → se débarrasser de
(= ditch) [+ boyfriend, girlfriend] → plaquer
He's just dumped his girlfriend → Il vient de plaquer sa copine.
(COMPUTING)copier
(ECONOMICS) [+ goods] → vendre à bas prix (sur le marché extérieur)dumper truck (British) n = dump truck

dump

n
(Brit: = pile of rubbish) → Schutthaufen m, → Abfallhaufen m; (= place)Müllplatz m, → Müllkippe f
(Mil) → Depot nt
(pej inf) (= town)Kaff nt (inf); (= house, building)Dreckloch nt (pej inf); (= school etc)Sauladen m (pej inf)
(inf) to be (down) in the dumpsdeprimiert or down (inf)sein
(Comput) → Dump m, → Speicherabzug m
(sl) to go for (Brit) or take a dumpauf Scheißhaus gehen (sl)
vt
(= get rid of) rubbishabladen; they dumped the waste/bodies overboardsie warfen den Abfall/die Leichen über Bord
(= put down, let fall) load, rubbishabladen; bags etc (= drop)fallen lassen; (= leave)lassen; where can I dump these books?wo kann ich diese Bücher lassen?; to dump somebody/something on somebodyjdn/etw bei jdm abladen
(inf: = abandon, get rid of) person, girlfriendabschieben; carabstellen, loswerden; sth unwantedabladen; she dumped himsie hat mit ihm Schluss gemacht (inf)
(Comm) goodszu Dumpingpreisen verkaufen
(Comput) → ausgeben, abziehen, dumpen

dump

[dʌmp]
1. n
a. (pile of rubbish) → mucchio di immondizie or di rifiuti; (place for refuse) → discarica pubblica
to be (down) in the dumps (fam) → essere giù di corda
b. (Mil) → deposito
c. (pej, fam) (town, hotel etc) → buco; (house) → catapecchia
d. (Comput) → stampa della memoria, dump m inv
2. vt
a. (get rid of, rubbish etc) → buttare (Comm) (goods) → svendere (fam) (person) → piantare, scaricare
b. (put down, load) → scaricare (fam) (parcel, passenger, coat) → mollare
c. (Comput) → riversare

dump

(damp) verb
1. to set (down) heavily. She dumped the heavy shopping-bag on the table.
2. to unload and leave (eg rubbish). People dump things over our wall.
noun
a place for leaving or storing unwanted things. a rubbish dump.

dump

مَقْلَبُ النُّفَايات, يُلْقي النُّفَايات skládka, vyhodit losseplads, smide fallen lassen, Müllhalde πετώ, σκουπιδότοπος deshacerse de, tirar, vertedero dumpata, kaatopaikka dépotoir, jeter baciti, smetlište discarica, gettare ごみ捨て場, 投げ捨てる 쓰레기 수거장, 털썩 떨어뜨리다 dumpen, vuilnisbelt avfallsplass, dumpe śmietnisko, zrzucić deitar fora, depósito de lixo, jogar fora, lixeira сваливать, свалка dumpa, tipp ทิ้ง, ที่ทิ้งขยะ atmak, çöplük bãi rác, vứt bỏ 倾倒, 垃圾堆
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He was so fastidious and prim about his place that a boy would go to a good deal of trouble to throw a dead cat into his back yard, or to dump a sackful of tin cans in his alley.
All day long the children of Aniele were raking in the dump for food for these chickens; and sometimes, when the competition there was too fierce, you might see them on Halsted Street walking close to the gutters, and with their mother following to see that no one robbed them of their finds.
On frosty nights the humane Negro prowler would warm the end of the plank and put it up under the cold claws of chickens roosting in a tree; a drowsy hen would step on to the comfortable board, softly clucking her gratitude, and the prowler would dump her into his bag, and later into his stomach, perfectly sure that in taking this trifle from the man who daily robbed him of an inestimable treasure--his liberty--he was not committing any sin that God would remember against him in the Last Great Day.
It was not a verbal remark, but a proceeding in dump show, and was pointedly addressed to me.
The shadow of the masts and rigging, with the never-furled riding- sail, rolled to and fro on the heaving deck in the moonlight; and the pile of fish by the stern shone like a dump of fluid silver.
Up these little crooked streets they will murder a man for seven dollars and dump the body in the Seine.
came a vast explosion in the forward part of the flagship, and a huge piece of metalwork seemed to lift out of her and dump itself into the sea, dropping men and leaving a gap into which a prompt drachenflieger planted a flaring bomb.
At least I am, and nearly twenty years had elapsed, and here was I burdened under a load of affection, like a sack of returned love-letters, with no lap into which to dump them.
So pray tell him that the world contains more land than water, and when he has heard your judgment I will carry him back and dump him into his pool, where I hope he will be more modest in the future.
A single glance showed him that the sentinel's post was still vacant and a moment later he and his burden were in the shadows of the hay dump.
And at no time, striking another chord of his nature, could he take the joy in a million-dollar Eldorado dump that was at all equivalent to the joy he took in watching his two sawmills working and the big down river log-rafts swinging into the bank in the big eddy just above Moosehide Mountain.
How do I know if you own the ship even, or that the charter ain't busted long ago, or that you're being libelled ashore right now, or that you won't dump me on any old beach anywheres without a soo-markee of what's comin' to me?