Examples of dumping in a Sentence
laws that prohibit the dumping of toxic materials
the dumping of last year's fashions by the garment manufacturers
Recent Examples of dumping from the Web
Baseballs, softballs, lacrosse balls and tennis balls were supposed to be in the air Wednesday, but snow balls are the balls of choice after Winter’s untimely dumping of several inches of snow in Harford County.
She was removed in what many consider an act of patient dumping.
Clearly there is overcapacity dumping of steel and aluminium by some countries, particularly China.
Norway is one of the few countries that allow offshore dumping of mining waste, which can destroy vast numbers of fish stocks in fjords with hundreds of thousands of tons of sludge.
But a shipping canal formed it into an island in the late 1800s, and the patch of land was sold to be an industrial dumping ground.
China, in response, launched an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation weeks later into American imports of sorghum.
Sewage dumping and seagrass damage by those boats are problems the city wants to solve.
There is little argument that Chinese dumping has indeed created a glut of global steel, holding down prices.
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First Known Use of dumping
DUMPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dumping for English Language Learners
: the act of getting rid of waste or garbage especially in an illegal way
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