offload

[ UK /ˈɒflə‍ʊd/ ]
VERB
  1. remove the load from (a container or vehicle)
    unload the truck
    offload the van
  2. transfer to a peripheral device, of computer data
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How To Use offload In A Sentence

  • Often they were offloading defective goods they could not sell at a shop.
  • And 'offloaded' him into a Master in anticipation of the great dark knight? The Tao Of Sith
  • Prices have been cut by developers anxious to offload unsold apartments.
  • Mr Cronje said offloading delays were in the order of 60 hours and factories were "doubtlessly" experiencing problems in getting materials. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • ‘The logs will most probably be offloaded directly onto trucks which will take them to wherever they will be stored,’ he said.
  • Last month Senior offloaded a non-core business that sells to the construction industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is the hardest Job of any manager these days to offload the players you don't want. Times, Sunday Times
  • Prices have been cut by developers anxious to offload unsold apartments.
  • I hear your amities abut the offload opportunity, but I think that and you position that learning equals practice narrowly defines important concepts. If you haven't practiced, you haven't learned anything
  • Another Newton alderman, Charlie Shapiro, said the ordinance was a way for the city, which has an $8 million deficit, to "offload" some responsibility for keeping sidewalks clear. New Shovel-Ready Project
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