1 deposit, drop, fling down, let fall, throw down
2 coup (Scot.) discharge, dispose of, ditch (slang) empty out, get rid of, jettison, scrap, throw away or out, tip, unload
3 junkyard, refuse heap, rubbish heap, rubbish tip, tip
4 (informal) hole (informal) hovel, joint (slang) mess, pigsty, shack, shanty, slum
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dump ( dumps plural & 3rd person present) ( dumping present participle) ( dumped past tense & past participle )
1 verb If you dump something somewhere, you put it or unload it there quickly and carelessly.
INFORMAL We dumped our bags at the nearby Grand Hotel and hurried towards the market... V n prep/adv
2 verb If something is dumped somewhere, it is put or left there because it is no longer wanted or needed.
INFORMAL The getaway car was dumped near a motorway tunnel... be V-ed
The government declared that it did not dump radioactive waste at sea. V n
German law forbids the dumping of hazardous waste on German soil.
3 n-count A dump is a place where rubbish is left, for example on open ground outside a town.
...companies that bring their rubbish straight to the dump...
4 n-count If you say that a place is a dump, you think it is ugly and unpleasant to live in or visit.
5 verb To dump something such as an idea, policy, or practice means to stop supporting or using it.
Ministers believed it was vital to dump the poll tax before the election. V n
6 verb If a firm or company dumps goods, it sells large quantities of them at prices far below their real value, usually in another country, in order to gain a bigger market share or to keep prices high in the home market. (BUSINESS)
It produces more than it needs, then dumps its surplus onto the world market. V n
7 verb If you dump someone, you end your relationship with them.
I thought he was going to dump me for another girl... V n
8 verb To dump computer data or memory means to copy it from one storage system onto another, such as from disk to magnetic tape. (COMPUTING)
All the data is then dumped into the main computer. V n into n
9 n-count A dump is a list of the data that is stored in a computer's memory at a particular time. Dumps are often used by computer programmers to find out what is causing a problem with a program. (COMPUTING) ...a screen dump.
dump truck ( dump trucks plural ) A dump truck is a truck whose carrying part can be tipped backwards so that the load falls out. n-count
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