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v. un·load·ed, un·load·ing, un·loads
a. To remove the load or cargo from.
b. To discharge (cargo or a load).
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.
To discharge a cargo or some other burden.
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the act of removing goods or cargo from a ship, lorry, etc
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|Noun||1.||unloading - the labor of taking a load of something off of or out of a vehicle or ship or container etc.|
handling - manual (or mechanical) carrying or moving or delivering or working with something
loading - the labor of putting a load of something on or in a vehicle or ship or container etc.; "the loading took 2 hours"
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unloading[ˈʌnˈləʊdɪŋ] N → descarga f
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unloading[ʌnˈləʊdɪŋ] n → scarico
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