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HAVE you already put on a wash, unloaded the dishwasher, done the rubbish and peeled the potatoes for lunch? Times, Sunday Times (2016)His comrades were battling to make the docks safe so aid ships can unload. The Sun (2010)Dozens of ships might need unloading at any one time. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)The goods would have to be loaded and unloaded only once. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)Taken from the similarity with a ship coming in to load or unload. Computers Basic Facts (1983)In the early morning people are loading and unloading their trucks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It would usually be about unloading the dishwasher. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Their range could carry massive shells well past the supply ships unloading more than ten miles out to sea. Whicker's WarThe airlines' responsibility is to load and unload the bags from planes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now I empty the garbage and unload the dishwasher. The Sun (2015)Off shore are the remains of the Mulberry harbour built by the Allies to unload troop ships. The Sun (2012)Plus, quite frankly, a home without a man doing the loading and unloading of the dishwasher is no home at all. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Staff were stunned by the discovery, which came at 7.30am after a refuse collection lorry unloaded the waste into a sorting shed. The Sun (2008)My ships have now unloaded five thousand tons of kit for five and a half thousand troops -- that's nearly a ton each! ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)The maximum speed will be only 60mph, but journey times should be cut thanks to faster acceleration and more doors to load and unload passengers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'unload'
British English: unload /ʌnˈləʊd/ VERB
If you unload goods from a vehicle, you remove the goods from the vehicle.
She unloaded her shopping from the car.
- American English: unload
- Arabic: يُفْرِغُ حُمُولَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: descarregar
- Chinese: 卸货
- Croatian: istovariti
- Czech: vyložit zboží z vozu
- Danish: losse
- Dutch: uitladen
- European Spanish: descargar camión
- Finnish: purkaa kuorma
- French: décharger
- German: entladen
- Greek: ξεφορτώνω
- Italian: scaricare
- Japanese: 荷を降ろす
- Korean: 짐을 내리다
- Norwegian: lesse av
- Polish: rozładować
- European Portuguese: descarregar
- Romanian: a descărca
- Russian: разгружать
- Spanish: descargar
- Swedish: lasta av
- Thai: ถ่ายสินค้า
- Turkish: boşaltmak yük
- Ukrainian: розвантажувати
- Vietnamese: dỡ hàng
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