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unload someone or something on (to) someone

to get rid of a burdensome person or thing on someone else. I unloaded my obnoxious little cousin onto his aunt. I didn't mean to unload my problems onto you.
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unload something from something

to take things off of something; to remove the burden from something. Please unload the groceries from the car. I unloaded the groceries from the bags.
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unload

tv. to get rid of someone or something. We’re gonna unload all the cats and dogs during the Christmas rush.
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Pneumatic rail unload and machine-load conveying systems for powder or pellets, including vacuum pump packages, filter systems, vacuum-receiver level-control switches, RJ-5 powder filters, virgin/regrind receivers, and pellet receivers.
Unicenter TSreorg and Unicenter Fast Unload for Oracle reduce fragmentation and optimization hurdles by providing automated maintenance functions without compromising availability or tying up highly skilled DBAs.
An auto-discovery process enabling NEON Unload to reach out into the environment and detect conditions and configurations
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.
Dynamic Index Utility, Speed Unload, and Speed Load, like all NEON Enterprise Subsystem Management tools, effectively operate in open heterogeneous tools environments.
The terminals have the ability to unload those types of ships quite effectively.
The UNLOAD clinical trial is the first randomized study to compare the safety and efficacy of a non-drug-based option with standard intravenous diuretic drug therapy to treat heart failure patients.
If we know we have five days to both load and unload the cargo, we will adjust our operations accordingly," Bedwell says.
Porch, threatening to ticket drivers who take longer than 3 minutes to unload customers, said the airport has operated without a glitch.
The system consists of an indexing in-feed conveyor; a load/unload manipulator; a three-station rotary table; a milling unit; a trim press; and an indexing unload conveyor.
The draft Directive aims to provide better protection for bulk carriers calling at Community terminals to load or unload bulk cargoes and cut excess risk of ship hulks being damaged during maintenance and cargo-handling operations.
Boston-Area Notables to Help Unload the First of the 35,000 Turkeys the Food Bank Will Distribute This ThanksgivingCothe Most Ever
By 2002, Parker engineers wanted to change the pneumatic conveying equipment installed for rail unload at the McCook plant because of frequent downtime caused by the vacuum conveyor's internal filter, which repeatedly ruptured or became plugged.
uses its Fuchs handlers to load and to unload ferrous and nonferrous metals and to feed material to its wire chopping lines and its 2,500-horsepower auto shredder.
Automated bulk storing, pneumatic handling, conveying, blending, drying and loading system unload rail cars or trucks and feed blended, dried, and preheated raw material directly into molding machine or extruder hopper.