dump load

dump one's load

 
1. . Sl. to empty one's stomach; to vomit. He's had too much to drink and is dumping his load.
2. and dump a load Sl. to defecate. (Crude. Potentially offensive. Use only with discretion.) He had to go dump a load. He dumped his load and settled back down to work.
See also: dump, load
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Surplus Masses will mainly transported to the dump load.
Deep discharge battery protection and an external dump load protection is built in to the state-of-the-art charge controller.
Packed into about 3,000 square feet of space, the goods became a donation instead of a dump load.
grew into one of the nation's largest waste-hauling empires and fostered a nice-guy image with green ad slogans on TV and sponsorship of National Public Radio, despite its dump load of environmental fines.
Trucks dump loads of mixed recyclables in a large bay at the top of Blue Mountain's main facility.
The unit reaches a maximum loading height of 90 inches, enabling the 1/2-cubic yard loader bucket to dump loads in hard to reach areas.
GARDEN TAX' ROW Samantha Morgan Where I live there's a little lane just a few hundred yards away from my house and since the charge started people just dump loads of garden waste there.
Then low and behold a local had decided to dump loads of rubbish at the side of the road.
Cranston told the Record: "I've had so many tickets, I've had to dump loads.
During most of the winter, though, storms over Lake Ontario dump loads of snow onto the region, and when I arrived there in the middle of January, the base was a few feet deep in powder.
As many as 24 tankers a day from all over Dwyfor and Meirionnydd dump loads at the site on the outskirts of Porthmadog, the town council was told.
Workers dump loads of decomposed gravel between 2-by-4 headers to create base.
The federal government this summer plans to contract for use of seven P-3 air tankers, which dump loads of fire retardant.