unload : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v leave or unload
unload the cargo
- v take the load off (a container or vehicle)
unload the truck
- In this campaign ad, Palin talks about how Alaska needs a fresh energy as her (then) four kids unload (and then load and then unload again) bags from what appears to be the family .
- One piece of advice: make sure you unload your cache before passing through airport metal detectors, or you'll be outed as a geek faster than you can say Palm Pilot.
- Most Surreal Moment Watching Marines arrive at my detention facility and unload a truck load of flex-cuffed midgets.
- Sharon Osbourne in Forbes
It's time to unload,said Sharon Osbourne, who celebrates her 55th birthday on Wednesday. "We just have an overabundance of possessions that we do not need."
- Don Imus in Forbes
These bastards have been waiting for him to croak so they can unloadthe books, Imus said on the air, according to the lawsuit.
- Inayat Bunglawala in Times Online
There may well be reasons why the police felt it necessary to unload five shots into the man and shoot him dead, but they need to make those reasons clear,said Inayat Bunglawala of the Muslim Council of Britain.