dump a/(one's) load

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dump a/(one's) load

1. slang To defecate. I wouldn't mind the neighbor's dog getting into my yard if it didn't always dump a load on my lawn!
2. slang To vomit. When I had the flu, I spent most of the time dumping my load and couldn't eat for days.
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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

dump one’s load

1. tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. He’s in the john dumping his load.
2. tv. to defecate. (Usually objectionable. Also with a load.) He had to go dump a load.
See also: dump, load
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Dubai: A desert lagoon has been created for 500 sewage tankers to dump their load everyday to decrease pressure on the only sewage treatment plant in Dubai and to minimise ocean and land pollution, Gulf News has learnt.
Those who fail to do so - and offer to dispose of household, building or garden waste for a 'too-good-to-be-true price' - often dump their load in a lay-by or quiet country lane.
That should prevent trucks from parking along Blackbridge Road as they wait to dump their loads.
The Ajman Sewerage Company already started receiving the trucks to dump their loads in the sewage plant for treatment.
Commercial vehicles found to be overweight by less than ten per cent on city weighbridges will be ordered to dump their loads before being allowed to drive off, those over ten per cent limit face legal action.
The tankers charge about Dh2,000 per trip, and can make 10 more trips a" and more money a" if they illegally dump their loads.
"A lot of trucks running up and down I-5 dump their loads. We've cleaned up chickens before," he said.
Thousands of trucks line up to dump their loads at main grain port of Rosario.
"It was like having 1,300 refuse trucks dump their loads on city streets and in school playgrounds every year."