Definition of Unload. Meaning of Unload. Synonyms of Unload

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Definition of Unload

Unload
Unload Un*load", v. i. To perform the act of unloading anything; as, let unload now.

Meaning of Unload from wikipedia

- Loading may refer to: Carbohydrate loading, a strategy emplo**** by endurance athletes to maximize the storage of glycogen in the muscles Creatine loading...
- dockworker, is a waterfront manual laborer who is involved in loading and unloading ships, trucks, trains or airplanes. After the shipping container revolution...
- typically unloaded with air slides or augers. Silos can be unloaded into rail cars, trucks or conveyors. Tower silos containing silage are usually unloaded from...
- Celebratory gunfire is the shooting of a firearm into the air in celebration. It is culturally accepted in parts of the Balkans, Russia, the Middle East...
- Air conditioning, often abbreviated as A/C or AC, is the process of removing heat and controlling the humidity of air in an enclosed space to achieve a...
- A belt trailer or self unloading belt trailer is a semi-trailer that uses either a chain and flap ****embly or a continuous belt that runs lengthwise on...
- station or depot is a railway facility or area where trains stop to load or unload p****engers, freight or both. It generally consists of at least one platform...
- the number of p****engers that may be handled if the aircraft is able to unload in stages. An airport with the number 15 indicates that only general aviation...
- A self-discharger (or self-unloader) is a ship that is able to discharge its cargo using its own gear. The most common discharge method for bulk cargo...
- When a load/unload control scheme is combined with a timer to stop the compressor after a predetermined period of continuously unloaded operation, it...