Deposit or dispose of (garbage, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way
trucks dumped 1,900 tons of refuse here
an attempt to prevent people from dumping on vacant lots
Put down or abandon (something) hurriedly in order to make an escape
the couple dumped the car and fled
Put (something) down firmly or heavily and carelessly
she dumped her knapsack on the floor
Abandon or desert (someone)
his girlfriend dumped him for being fat
Send (goods unsalable in the home market) to a foreign market for sale at a low price
other countries dump steel in the U.S. at below-market prices
Sell off (assets) rapidly
investors dumped shares in scores of other consumer-goods firms
Copy (stored data) to a different location, esp. so as to protect against loss
Print out or list the contents of (a store), esp. after a system failure
Tackle (a quarterback) before he can throw a pass
A site for depositing garbage
A place where a particular kind of waste, esp. dangerous waste, is left
a nuclear waste dump
A heap of garbage left at a dump
An unpleasant or dreary place
she says the town has become a dump
An act of defecation
A copying of stored data to a different location, performed typically as a protection against loss
A printout or list of the contents of a computer's memory, occurring typically after a system failure
shit: a coarse term for defecation; "he took a shit"
throw away as refuse; "No dumping in these woods!"
a piece of land where waste materials are dumped
sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly; "The company dumped him after many years of service"; "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
(computer science) a copy of the contents of a computer storage device; sometimes used in debugging programs
sell at artificially low prices
Deoxyuridine monophosphate is a deoxynucleotide.
Dump is a vehicle for releasing the four-track home recordings of Yo La Tengo bassist James McNew. His recordings occasionally feature guest performers such as Sue Garner and Fontaine Toups. ...
dump is a Unix program used to back up file systems. It operates on blocks, below filesystem abstractions such as files and directories. Dump can back up a file system to a tape or another disk. It is often used across a network by piping its output through bzip2 then SSH. ...
In radio and television, broadcast delay refers to the practice of intentionally delaying broadcast of live material. ...
The Dump is a blog initiated in 2006 by the new media artist Maurice Benayoun, about undone art projects.
The Dump was a popular saloon and dive bar in New York City during the early-to mid 19th century. Owned by Jimmy Lee and Slim Reynolds, it was one of several establishments frequented by the underworld, most especially the Bowery Bums. ...
A place where waste or garbage is left; a ground or place for dumping ashes, refuse, etc; A car or boat for dumping refuse, etc; That which is dumped, especially in a chaotic way; a mess; An act of dumping, or its result; A storage place for supplies, especially military; An unpleasant, dirty, ...
(Dumped) v. To be involuntarily ejected while rigging, while in the Matrix, or during a simsense viewing.
(Dumped) A method of compacting soil by dumping the soil into place with no compactive effort.
(Dumped) Slang for lowered. See also slammed and body-dropped.
(Dumped) pushed underwater by a wave
(dumped) To breakup with someone.
(Dumping) a practice in which a firm sells its product cheaply into a foreign market undercutting the domestic price.
Dumping occurs when goods are exported at a price less than their normal value, generally meaning they are exported for less than they are sold in the domestic market or third-country markets, or at less than production cost.
(Dumping) Attempt to import merchandise into a country at a price less that the fair market value, usually by subsidy by exporting country.
(Dumping) Selling merchandise in another country at a price below the price at which the same merchandise is sold in the home market or selling such merchandise below the costs incurred in production and shipment.
(Dumping) Used in the context of general equities. Offering large amounts of stock with little or no concern for price or market effect.
(Dumping) A casino table that is losing money to the players.
(Dumping) The sale of an imported commodity at a price lower than that at which it is sold within the exporting country. Dumping is considered an actionable trade practice when it disrupts markets and injures producers of competitive products in the importing country. ...