unload

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  • Every man jack of them was trying to unload his stock-in-trade. Cited from Jean-Christophe: In Paris, by Romain Rolland
  • They can't get at it any more than we can, until the ship unloads. Cited from Tom Swift & his Big Tunnel, by Victor Appleton
  • We are on our way down now, and shall probably unload at B. Cited from Diary of a Nursing Sister on the Western Front, 1914-1915, by Anonymous
  • Of what use, let me ask, is a friend unless you can unload your heart upon him? Cited from When Knighthood Was in Flower, by Charles Major
  • In other words, a single transport can only unload into one territory.
  • The train makes a turn to the right into the station to be unloaded.
  • Six men should be ready to help them land and unload. Cited from The Fur Bringers, by Hulbert Footner
  • The gun must be unloaded and open in the walk from station five back to one.
  • The ship's group had to unload everything from the ship upon the ice. Cited from Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 21, Editor: Charles F. Horne
  • The loading took six men about twenty-five minutes, the unloading ten minutes.
  • This may have left a crew as small as five to finish unloading the ship.
  • The port's facilities were all in working order and were soon unloading the ships.
  • Every once in a while a tree would unload its snow down our backs. Cited from Letters of a Woman Homesteader, by Elinore Pruitt Stewart
  • If you want to you can unload that wood here. Cited from The Story of a Lamb on Wheels, by L. Hope
  • A special kind of external command that does not get unloaded and can own a window has been added.
  • He wanted us to make the fort that night and unload. Cited from The Log of a Cowboy, by Andy Adams
  • During the day they would return several times to the mother ship and unload their catches.
  • Modern hard drives are designed to unload their heads when they lose power.
  • They came finally to a vacant corner lot where they began to unload. Cited from Ralph Granger's Fortunes, by William Perry Brown
  • Shortly afterwards he was unloading ammunition when he was shot in the right arm.
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Meaning of unload

  • verb Take the load off (a container or vehicle)
    unload the truck, offload the van