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unload

[ən′lōd]
(computer science)
To remove or copy data from a computer system.

unload

To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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The same currents that bring water and rich soil to these riverside communities also grant passage to the massive barges loaded with ferrous scrap that Marine Terminals unloads on a daily basis.
An automatic skip loader delivers the parts to the barrel and an automatic unload slide door unloads the parts quickly and safely.
It loads cut sheet into the machine, unloads formed parts, and then trims and stacks.
One level unloads the molds from the press into the changer and then loads the new molds into the press from the other level.