unload

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(İthalat, İhracat) yükünü boşaltmak
Kaldırmak
yükünü boşalt

Gemi limana demir attı ve yükünü boşalttı. - The ship anchored in the harbour and unloaded its goods.

Gemi yükünü boşalttı. - They unloaded the ship.

(yük/silah/film/vb.) boşaltmak
{f} elden çıkarmak
(tape) boşa almak
eldeki malı satarak elden çıkarmak
(Tekstil) boşaltmak
{f} (derdini) dökmek
(fiil) boşaltmak, satmak, elden çıkarmak, anlatmak, açılmak
boşalt

Tom arabayı boşalttı. - Tom unloaded the car.

Çiftçiler kamyonu boşalttı. - The farm workers unloaded the truck.

{f} satmak
yükunu kaldırmak
{f} yükünü boşaltmak; (yük) boşaltmak
{f} (silahı) boşaltmak
boşaltmak derdini dökmek
{f} anlatmak
{f} k.dili. (eldeki malı) satarak elden çıkarmak
(Askeri) İNDİRMEK, BOŞALTMAK: Personel ve malzemeyi araçlardan indirmek
indirmek
tahliye etmek
unload tape
bandı boşa al
unloading
tahliye etme
unloaded
yüksüz
unloaded
boş

Çiftçiler kamyonu boşalttı. - The farm workers unloaded the truck.

Tom arabayı boşalttı. - Tom unloaded the car.

unloaded
{f} yükünü boşalt

Gemi limana demir attı ve yükünü boşalttı. - The ship anchored in the harbour and unloaded its goods.

Gemi yükünü boşalttı. - They unloaded the ship.

unloading
boşaltma

Kamyonu boşaltmayı bitirmek biraz zaman alacak. - It'll take some time to finish unloading the truck.

load and unload
doldur boşalt
unloaded
yükünü boşalt(mak)
unloading
(Ticaret) tahliye
unloaded
yükünü bosalt
unloaded
doldurulmamış

Tom doldurulmamış olduğunu düşündüğü bir silahı temizlerken kendini vurdu. - Tom shot himself while he was cleaning a gun that he thought was unloaded.

unloader
boşaltıcı
unloading
(isim) boşaltma
unloading
yük boşaltımı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To give vent to or express

who bowled with such fury that he needed beer to give him something to sweat out, and who unloaded his emotions in words as hard as his bowling.

To discharge or pour a liquid
To remove (something previously loaded) from memory

When you unload a DLL, the memory and other system resources it is using will become available for use by other applications.

To deliver forcefully
To deposit one's load or cargo

Some stations have collection vehicles unload on the floor, using a front loader to push material into the hopper.

To get rid of or dispose of
To remove the load or cargo from (a vehicle, etc.)
{v} to disburden, to put or take off
Hence, to relieve from anything onerous
To take the load from; to discharge of a load or cargo; to disburden; as, to unload a ship; to unload a beast
{f} disburden, empty, unpack; give outlet to (feelings, etc.)
leave or unload, especially of passengers or cargo
To eject the medium from the device
Remove services or software from a server so that more resources (CPU time, disk space, etc ) become available
A device designed to provide a consistent value with varying currencies eg ECU and SDR
To sell the units of mutual fund Level load Commission (load) that does not vary depending on how long the investor held the investment No load fund
To discharge its cargo
To discharge or remove, as a load or a burden; as, to unload the cargo of a vessel
If you unload goods from a vehicle, or you unload a vehicle, you remove the goods from the vehicle, usually after they have been transported from one place to another. Unload everything from the boat and clean it thoroughly They were reported to be unloading trucks filled with looted furniture
To take off or remove the load from something
The action is initiated in the first frame after the movie clip is removed from the Timeline The actions associated with the Unload movie clip event are processed before any actions are attached to the affected frame
To take off its load
To get rid of or dispose
To deliver something forcefully
To confide in someone
If someone unloads investments, they get rid of them or sell them. Since March, he has unloaded 1.3 million shares
To sell in large quantities, as stock; to get rid of
take the load off (a container or vehicle); "unload the truck"; "offload the van"
The air compressor continues to run, usually at full RPM, but no air is delivered because the inlet is either closed off or modified, not allowing inlet air to be trapped (020)
To perform the act of unloading anything; as, let unload now
To discharge the cargo of a ship
take the load off (a container or vehicle); "unload the truck"; "offload the van
To draw the charge from; as, to unload a gun
unloaded
Simple past tense and past participle of unload
unloader
Agent noun of unload; one who unloads
to unload
offload
unloaded
past of unload
unloaded
Not loaded
unloaded
(of weapons) not charged with ammunition; "many people are killed by guns thought to be unloaded
unloaded
(of weapons) not charged with ammunition; "many people are killed by guns thought to be unloaded"
unloader
One who, or that which, unloads; a device for unloading, as hay from a wagon
unloader
{i} one who removes cargo from a vehicle or ship; one who removes a load
unloading
The releasing of downward pressure on rocks because of removal of overlying material by erosion Unloading can cause the development of horizontal bedding in once solid rock
unloading
cargo
unloading
Selling a security when its price is falling to prevent further losses
unloading
present participle of unload
unloading
Selling shares off when prices are falling to avoid further loss Bulls, when they get tired waiting for the price to rise, tend to unload when the market is falling, causing prices to fall further
unloading
The process by which dirt, orginally stopped by the filter, is released back into the airstream
unloading
the labor of unloading something used in unloading or removing e
unloading
Selling securities or commodities whose prices are dropping to minimize loss
unloading
The release of the contaminant that was captured by a filter medium
unloading
the labor of unloading something
unloading
A form of physical weathering that results from the relief of pressure on a rock unit due to the removal of overlying materials
unloading
the release of contaminant that was initially captured by the filter medium
unloading
Selling of securities or commodities whose prices are dropping to minimize loss
unloading
At some points on a race track, the inside wheels can lift up because of high cornering forces This causes a normal ball diff or gear diff to transfer all the available power to the wheel that is in the air (For an example of this, pull the throttle gently on your car while holding one tire - all the power at that end of the car will go to the opposite, free, wheel ) This is because the differential will put any power at the wheel that is the easiest to turn This is called diff "unloading" To counter this, racers sometimes use one-way diffs, which allow the tires connected to the one-way diff to continue providing power the wheel on the ground, even if a wheel on the same axle is in the air
unloading
Selling securities or commodities when prices are declining to preclude further loss
unloading
used in unloading or removing e g cargo
unloading
{i} removing, dismantling
unloads
third-person singular of unload
unload
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