Definition of unload
- unload the truck
- unloaded her bitter feelings
- unloaded the pack animals
- unloaded himself to his friend
- unloaded the gun
- unloaded his ninth homer
- unloaded on the ball
- the coach unloaded on his players
It took four hours to unload the truck.
Could you help me unload the car?
After the ship docked, they unloaded its cargo.
I have to unload the groceries.
Most ships unload at another dock now.
The train made several stops to unload passengers.
Rumor has it that the manager wants to unload him. Maybe he'll be traded to another team.
She unloaded a huge amount of stock when prices fell.
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: to remove something (such as cargo) from a truck, ship, etc.
: to allow (someone) to leave a train, ship, etc.
: to get rid of (something or someone) quickly
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