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Translation of "dump" - English-Spanish dictionary

dump

verb   /dʌmp/
to put something somewhere to get rid of it verter, tirar The company was fined for illegally dumping toxic chemicals.
to quickly put something somewhere dejar He dumped his bag on the table.
noun   /dʌmp/
a place where people take things that they do not want vertedero, basurero
(Definition of dump from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dump

verb /damp/
to set (down) heavily dejar She dumped the heavy shopping bag on the table.
to unload and leave (eg rubbish) verter, descargar People dump things over our wall.
(Definition of dump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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