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unload

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

To remove a program from memory or take a tape or disk out of its drive.
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As soon as the last thoat was unloaded Tars Tarkas gave the command to advance, and in three parties we crept upon the Zodangan camp from the north, the south and the east.
The road continued for two days through narrow defiles, where they were repeatedly obliged to unload the horses.
At the last return of Joan to the vehicle, an hour later, when her search for accommodation had still been fruitless, the driver of the waggon said the goods must be unloaded, as the horses were half-dead, and he was bound to return part of the way at least that night.