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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 whole train was unloaded, with approximately 850 passengers.
According to ABS-CBN's Southern Mindanao TV Patrol, the plane unloaded three US helicopters.
Officers determined that the unloaded firearm fell out of Naughton's backpack during pregame warm-ups, police said.
He had unloaded 85 sacks when a few workers came and said they would unload the material and also demanded money for the sacks already unloaded.
The total value of fishes unloaded by Artisan fishing in the Sultanate during the same period reached RO75 million and 965 thousand with a 26.7% increase compared to the figures recorded last year in which the value of unloaded fishes reached RO59 Million and 944 Thousand; according to the statistics issued by the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
A vessel movement report issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) reveals that the total volume of unloaded cargo and loaded export cargo at Sultan Qaboos port grew by 12.3% by the end of April 2014 reaching 1.9 Million tonnes compared with 1.7 million tonnes during the same period in 2013.
Dukkha Unloaded is a gripping martial-arts, detective story about fighting enemies inside and out.
In the face of an ever-growing volume of road transport, the safety and speed with which articulated lorries are loaded and unloaded is now a very serious business.
Each train will be carrying 1,100 tonnes of cargo, spread across 21 wagons, which will need to be unloaded in 30 minutes.
"They have redeveloped their yard area and paper reels are no longer handled manually, but unloaded mechanically from the sides of trailers with a clamp truck.
A Cypriot official has announced that the Iranian-operated ship transporting weapons-related material on the high seas is free to leave the island now that its UN-banned cargo has been unloaded.
1 : to take away or off : remove <Workers unloaded cargo.>