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unload

verb [I/T]  /ʌnˈloʊd/ us  
to remove the contents of something such as goods from a vehicle, the bullets from a gun, or the film from a camera: [T] She unloaded her grocery bags from the back of the minivan. infml If you unload something that you no longer want, you get rid of it: [T] Monaghan has said he is ready to unload his pizza business and retire to Florida.
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