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Dump — synonyms, definition

1. dump (Noun)

23 synonyms
accomplice armoury arsenal cache depository drop dumpsite fence garbage dump hole joint magazine receiver of stolen goods repository rubbish dump rubbish heap shit slum storehouse tip • • •
5 definitions

dump (Noun) — A coarse term for defecation. ex. "he took a dump"

dump (Noun) — A piece of land where waste materials are dumped.

dump (Noun) — (computing) a copy of the contents of a computer storage device; sometimes used in debugging programs.

dump (Noun) — A place where supplies can be stored. ex. "an ammunition dump"

dump (Noun) — (informal) an unpleasant place.

12 types of
copy defecation depot entrepot land site laxation shitting site storage store storehouse written matter
14 types
core dump garbage heap junk heap junk pile kitchen midden midden refuse heap rubbish heap scrapheap toxic dumpsite toxic waste dump toxic waste site trash heap trash pile

2. dump (Verb)

25 synonyms
coldcock deck discharge ditch drain eject empty evacuate exhaust fling fling down floor hurl knock down pitch plunge pour sling spill teem • • •
7 definitions

dump (Verb) — Throw away as refuse. ex. "No dumping in these woods!"

dump (Verb) — Sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly. ex. "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man" ex. "The company dumped him after many years of service"

dump (Verb) — Sell at artificially low prices.

dump (Verb) — Drop (stuff) in a heap or mass. ex. "The truck dumped the garbage in the street"

dump (Verb) — Fall abruptly. ex. "It dumped to the bottom of the well"

dump (Verb) — Knock down with force. ex. "He dumped his opponent"

dump (Verb) — (computing) copy data from memory to disk, or from one storage device to another esp. for backup.

19 types of
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