off-load

verb
\(ˌ)ȯf-ˈlōd, ˈȯf-ˌlōd\
off-loaded; off-loading; off-loads

Definition of off-load 

: unload

Synonyms & Antonyms for off-load

Synonyms

disburden, discharge, disencumber, unburden, unlade, unload, unpack

Antonyms

load, pack

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off-load

verb

English Language Learners Definition of off-load

: to remove (something) from a truck, ship, etc.

: to give away or sell (something unwanted) to someone : to get rid of (something)

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