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  • Info Dump generally refers to a place for disposal of domestic waste.
  • He dumps her using one of his staff who claims to be his best friend.
  • They dumped the body on the ground and her head hit a rock.
  • The food dumps were to keep the base going for about three weeks.
  • She thought they would go alone but Robert told her the truth and dumped her.
  • The bodies were dumped into a deep dry well near the police station.
  • Finally, they dump their original dates and fall in love with each other.
  • When she finds out that he is not a rich man, she dumps him immediately.
  • He dumped her body behind a water tank in a field outside of town.
  • Open dumps are usually formed when making a foundation for a building.
  • They put the body in the car and drive out into the country, where he dumps it.
  • However, when he tries to dump her, he always changes his mind.
  • The dump yard has been in existence for more than a century.
  • Later in the episode, she dumps him, because he made out with two girls at a party.
  • Later he dumps her because he couldn't get close to her.
  • When driving to get him he showed up in her car on the way to the dumping ground.
  • She dumps him immediately, and tells him that she no longer wants to be with him.
  • These games use most of the same programs below, but the source code can not be dumped.
  • Nine days later his body, shot in the head, was found dumped in a city lane.
  • Another important reform brought in by the board was to dump the old guard.
  • They then argue about who should dump or fire him that day.
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Meaning of dump

  • noun A piece of land where waste materials are dumped
  • noun (computer science) a copy of the contents of a computer storage device; sometimes used in debugging programs
  • noun A place where supplies can be stored
    an ammunition dump
  • verb Throw away as refuse
    No dumping in these woods!
  • verb 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
  • verb Sell at artificially low prices
  • verb Drop (stuff) in a heap or mass
    The truck dumped the garbage in the street