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off-load

vb
(tr) to get rid of (something unpleasant or burdensome), as by delegation to another

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.

off-load


Past participle: off-loaded
Gerund: off-loading

Imperative
off-load
off-load
Present
I off-load
you off-load
he/she/it off-loads
we off-load
you off-load
they off-load
Preterite
I off-loaded
you off-loaded
he/she/it off-loaded
we off-loaded
you off-loaded
they off-loaded
Present Continuous
I am off-loading
you are off-loading
he/she/it is off-loading
we are off-loading
you are off-loading
they are off-loading
Present Perfect
I have off-loaded
you have off-loaded
he/she/it has off-loaded
we have off-loaded
you have off-loaded
they have off-loaded
Past Continuous
I was off-loading
you were off-loading
he/she/it was off-loading
we were off-loading
you were off-loading
they were off-loading
Past Perfect
I had off-loaded
you had off-loaded
he/she/it had off-loaded
we had off-loaded
you had off-loaded
they had off-loaded
Future
I will off-load
you will off-load
he/she/it will off-load
we will off-load
you will off-load
they will off-load
Future Perfect
I will have off-loaded
you will have off-loaded
he/she/it will have off-loaded
we will have off-loaded
you will have off-loaded
they will have off-loaded
Future Continuous
I will be off-loading
you will be off-loading
he/she/it will be off-loading
we will be off-loading
you will be off-loading
they will be off-loading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been off-loading
you have been off-loading
he/she/it has been off-loading
we have been off-loading
you have been off-loading
they have been off-loading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been off-loading
you will have been off-loading
he/she/it will have been off-loading
we will have been off-loading
you will have been off-loading
they will have been off-loading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been off-loading
you had been off-loading
he/she/it had been off-loading
we had been off-loading
you had been off-loading
they had been off-loading
Conditional
I would off-load
you would off-load
he/she/it would off-load
we would off-load
you would off-load
they would off-load
Past Conditional
I would have off-loaded
you would have off-loaded
he/she/it would have off-loaded
we would have off-loaded
you would have off-loaded
they would have off-loaded
Translations

off-load

[ˈɒfˌləʊd] vtscaricare
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