- v.从…卸下货物( unload的过去式和过去分词 ); 摆脱; 拆掉; 脱手;
They unloaded their catch of cod and bass.
Since March, he has unloaded 1.3 million shares.
Three-hundred railway wagons were waiting to be unloaded.
They unloaded books from a car.
The cargo hasn't all been unloaded yet.
I just checked in this morning. Haven't even unloaded my gear yet. "
今天早晨我才登记的, 还没把家伙卸下呢. ”
英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
The truck driver and his helper unloaded the delivery at the factory.
He unloaded his possessions on me to be stored.
The natives unloaded the dusty sacks from the wagon.
She unloaded her old car.
She unloaded her old car onto me.
She unloaded her mother - in - law on to me.
她将 婆婆 的负担推给我.
Two men unloaded the truck.
He unloaded some of the anguish onto me.
Tremaine unloaded his problems on to the Union.
1. (of weapons) not charged with ammunition;
"many people are killed by guns thought to be unloaded"