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
The Commerce Department investigates and determines whether anti-dumping and countervailing have occurred, which did in this case.
China imposed a tariff of 179 percent on imports of U.S. sorghum in April after starting an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation in February.
There is fear there that the anti-dumping probe could let competitors sneak in, potentially ceding access to the Chinese market even without new tariffs.
This front office's philosophy is to maintain financial flexibility and not become a dumping ground for bad contracts.
Summer, once the dumping ground of television, is now the season with a little something for everyone.
An expansion of the dumping grounds is underway at 2700 Wiles Road, in the unincorporated part of Broward.
Known as Joe’s Pocket Farm, the garden in 2009 grew out of community efforts to clean up the vacant lot, which had become a dumping ground.
Dwight Adams/IndyStar The White River spent much of the last century or so as a dumping ground.
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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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