Definition Of unload

verb

remove (ammunition) from a gun or (film) from a camera.

They only had a range of about three furlongs and the film had to be unloaded from the camera and rushed to a dark room on the track to be processed before it could be shown to the stewards.

remove goods from (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.).

she hadn't finished unloading the car

Example Of unload

  • All vehicles that need to unload goods at the shops on the street will be allowed to do so after business hours, the sources said.

  • As for moving day, we started loading the first car at about 9.00 on Saturday morning and finished unloading the van and three cars by 3.00 that afternoon.

  • Baltimore remains a major port, but the ships unload in newly built facilities situated miles from the Inner Harbor.

  • Bring blank removable labels and mark each film canister with the subject as you unload it from the camera.

  • But if you never really liked them all that well to begin with, this might be a good time to unload them.


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