Definition of Offload
to dump or discharge something (often freight)
Examples of Offload in a sentence
After the cargo ship docked, the crew was able to offload the heavy crates onto the dock.
A truck parked in front of my neighbor’s house in order to offload the appliance that she had ordered onto the driveway.
When the sloppy movers decided to offload the owner’s piano quickly, it rolled off the truck and crashed in front of the owner’s house.
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