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dump /dʌmp/ verb [transitive]


روگرفت ، رونوشت ، انباشتن ، ریختن ، انباشت ، با صدا افتادن ، باخت عمدی ، رها کردن گوی بولینگ از انگشت و شست با هم بطوریکه گوی پیچ نخورد ، کشیدن طناب یا سیم بازکننده چتر ، انبار کوچک ، انبار موقتی ، زاغه مهمات انبار ، مخزن ، زباله ، اشغال ، موادی که موقتا برای استعمال انبار میشود ، تفکر ، خیال ، جنس را (برای رقابت) بقیمت خیلی ارزان فروختن ، فرورفتن درخیالات واهی ، حالت مالخو لیایی ، رو گرفت ، روبرداری کردن ، علوم مهندسی: اشغالدان ، کامپیوتر: نسخه برداری ، ورزش: شکست دادن حریف در مسابقه موتورسیکلت رانی یا اتومبیل رانی یا قایق قایقرانی سرعت ، علوم هوایی: از کار انداختن ناگهانی کل سیستم ، علوم نظامی: انبار کردن
الکترونیک: روگرفت ، روبرداری کردن ، روبرداری ، رونوشت ، انباشتن ، ریختن ، انباشت ، نسخه برداری ، کامپیوتر: با صدا افتادن ، انبار موقتی ، اشغالدان ، علوم مهندسی: باخت عمدی ، رها کردن گوی بولینگ از انگشت و شست با هم بطوریکه گوی پیچ نخورد، کشیدن طناب یا سیم بازکننده چتر ، شکست دادن حریف در مسابقه موتورسیکلت رانی یا اتومبیل رانی یا قایق قایقرانی سرعت ، ورزشی: از کار انداختن ناگهانی کل سیستم ، هواپیمایی: انبار کوچک ، انبار موقتی ، زاغه مهمات انبار ، مخزن ، انبار کردن ، علوم نظامی: زباله ، اشغال ، موادی که موقتا برای استعمال انبار میشود، تفکر، خیال ، جنس را(برای رقابت )بقیمت خیلی ارزان فروختن ، فرورفتن درخیالات واهی ، حالت مالخو لیایی ، رو گرفت ، روبرداری کردن کامپیوتر: نسخه برداری

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

dump
(Slang)
[verb]
Synonyms:
- drop, deposit, fling down, let fall, throw down
- get rid of, dispose of, ditch (slang), empty out, jettison, scrap, throw away or out, tip, unload
[noun]
Synonyms:
- rubbish tip, junkyard, refuse heap, rubbish heap, tip
- pigsty, hole (informal), hovel, mess, slum
English Thesaurus: place, position, point, spot, location, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. dump1 S3 /dʌmp/ verb [transitive]
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: Perhaps from Dutch dompen 'to put in water, throw down']

1. PUT SOMETHING SOMEWHERE [always + adverb/preposition] to put something somewhere in a careless untidy way:
Merrill dumped her suitcase down in the hall.
dump something on something
They dump tons of salt on icy road surfaces to make driving safer.
dump something in/into something
He found a can of beef stew and dumped it in a saucepan to heat.

2. GET RID OF SOMETHING
a) to get rid of something that you do not want:
Ellie dumped all the photos of her ex-husband.
He dumped her body into the sea.
b) to get rid of waste material by taking it from people’s houses and burying it under the soil:
Britain dumps more of its waste than any other European country.

3. END RELATIONSHIP informal to end a relationship with someone:
Vicky dumped Neil yesterday.

4. SELL GOODS to get rid of goods by selling them in a foreign country at a much lower price
dump in/on
a campaign to stop cheap European beef being dumped in West Africa

5. COPY INFORMATION technical to copy information stored in a computer’s memory on to something else such as a disk or magnetic tapedumping
dump on somebody phrasal verb informal

1. dump something on somebody to unfairly give someone an unwanted job, duty, or problem to deal with:
Don’t just dump the extra work on me.

2. American English to treat someone badly

3. American English to criticize someone very strongly and often unfairly:
politicians dumping on their opponents

4. dump (something) on somebody to tell someone all your problems and worries:
We all dump our troubles on Mike.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. dump2 noun [countable]

1. WASTE a place where unwanted waste is taken and left
rubbish dump British English garbage dump American English:
The fire probably started in a rubbish dump.
Put the rest into a sack to take to the dump.
an underground nuclear waste dump
a dump site

2. WEAPONS a place where military supplies are stored, or the supplies themselves:
There has been a series of explosions in an ammunition dump.

3. UNPLEASANT PLACE informal a place that is unpleasant to live in because it is dirty, ugly, untidy etc:
What a dump,’ she added as they entered the village.
Why are you living in a dump like this?

4. down in the dumps informal very sad and without much interest in life:
She’s feeling a bit down in the dumps.

5. COMPUTER technical the act of copying the information stored in a computer’s memory onto something else, such as a disk:
a screen dump

6. take a dump informal not polite to pass solid waste from the bowels

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

dump
noun
ADJ. garbage, refuse, rubbish, waste cleaning up a toxic waste dump
nuclear
DUMP + NOUN site Local residents have organized a protest against the planned dump site.
PREP. at a/the ~ Radioactive waste has been found at the dump.
to a/the ~ taking rubbish to the dump
~ for a new dump for nuclear waste

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

dump
verb
ADV. illegally The firm had illegally dumped toxic waste.
legally | unceremoniously They carried him down to the beach and dumped him unceremoniously in the freezing water.
at sea dumping sewage at sea
down He dumped the boxes down in the kitchen.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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