off–load

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verb \(ˌ)ȯf-ˈlōd, ˈȯf-ˌ\

1850

First Known Use of off–load

1850


OFF–LOAD Defined for English Language Learners

off–load

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verb \(ˌ)ȯf-ˈlōd, ˈȯf-ˌ\

Definition of off–load for English Language Learners

  • : 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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