The meaning of unload in this context In a game, a man was holding a gun and said to another person, "I'll unload in your face." In this case, what exactly does 'unload' mean? The using of the verb 'unload' here is very unusual, right?
Aug 10, 2019 12:40 AM
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It means what you think it means. To "fire" a gun might mean shooting just one bullet, but "unload" suggests that you will use every bullet. It's not a literal usage of the word "unload," but it's fairly common, at least in movies or other contexts where people are describing very violent actions.
August 10, 2019
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