unlade

[ uhn-leyd ]
/ ʌnˈleɪd /

verb (used with object), un·lad·ed, un·lad·ing.

to take the lading, load, or cargo from; unload.
to discharge (a load or cargo).

verb (used without object), un·lad·ed, un·lad·ing.

to discharge a load or cargo.

Nearby words

  1. unknowingly,
  2. unknown,
  3. unknown quantity,
  4. unknown soldier,
  5. unlace,
  6. unladen,
  7. unlaid,
  8. unlamented,
  9. unlash,
  10. unlatch

Origin of unlade

First recorded in 1350–1400, unlade is from the Middle English word unladen. See un-2, lade

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British Dictionary definitions for unlade

unlade

/ (ʌnˈleɪd) /

verb

a less common word for unload
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