unloading

[ UK /ʌnlˈə‍ʊdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ənˈɫoʊdɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the labor of taking a load of something off of or out of a vehicle or ship or container etc.
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How To Use unloading In A Sentence

  • A toothed rack was commonly adopted for the automatic screw thread rotational unloading.
  • The worker, employed by stevedoring company Perkins, was crushed by a container while unloading an Indonesian ship.
  • It is looking at a faster turnaround of vehicles unloading waste and collections of items to be recycled.
  • It happened while we were unloading the car and trailer. Christianity Today
  • Spend most of my day unloading, pegging out, then unpegging and re-hanging washing. The Sun
  • Their range could carry massive shells well past the supply ships unloading more than ten miles out to sea. Whicker's War
  • Unloading the cargo was a slow process.
  • The biggest offenders are security vans, council vehicles and shops loading and unloading goods.
  • However, the capacity of sucrose unloading in 23 DAA fruit, a point at which SuSy activity is maximal in untransformed fruit, was not significantly decreased in the antisense SuSy plants compared to controls.
  • When I was a kid straight out of high school, I went to work for a large supply house unloading trucks and boxcars.
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