- to unload.
- to transfer (data) from a computer or other digital device to another digital device: Fill the camera's memory card, then offload your photos to your PC.
Origin of offload
First recorded in 1840–50
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Related Words for offloadpropel, migrate, walk, jump, go, carry, ship, transport, blow, proceed, transfer, travel, cross, relocate, run, drift, progress, change, fly, advance
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Contemporary Examples of offload
One of the things I love to do is offload a bunch of tasks to my VAs around 9PM each night.Just Don’t Do It: Why You Should Outsource More of Your Life
February 22, 2014