What is the opposite of load?

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Noun
Opposite of something that causes great worry, anxiety or grief
“In the end, it was a relief when I got the sack because I was banging my head against a brick wall every day.”
Noun
Opposite of a burden of responsibility that is imposed
“It would be a pleasure to have you over for dinner.”
Noun
Opposite of a large amount (of something)
“While the onions, ginger, and green chilies add a bit of spice to the bread, the tomatoes, tomato ketchup, and lemon juice impart an energizing tanginess.”
Noun
Opposite of a load of goods that is transported by any method
Noun
Opposite of the force per unit area exerted by a fluid against a surface with which it is in contact
“The amount of general anesthesia using muscle relaxants helped the easing up of airflow during expiration and inspiration.”
Noun
Opposite of a sense of stressful urgency caused by having too many demands on one's time or resources
“That would be Batman's voice on the comms as he works to bring a bit of calm to the group.”
Noun
Opposite of something that is a burden, or that oppresses
“He found release after he let out a loud profanity and hit a punching bag.”
Noun
Opposite of a significantly difficult task or experience
“Life was a luxury for him now that he had finally made a success of himself.”
Noun
(a world of, informal) Opposite of a great amount
“The meagerness of his income is surpassed by the satisfaction he derives from his job.”
Noun
Opposite of the amount or number of a material or abstract thing not usually estimated by spatial measurement
Noun
Opposite of a large unit of things or people
“The responsibility for redesigning the motherboards has been assigned to a specialized division within the company.”
Noun
Opposite of elements of, or inside, a larger object
Noun
Opposite of a mental or emotional conflict or struggle
Noun
Opposite of development; accumulation
Noun
Opposite of lustrous chemical element
Noun
Opposite of a circumstance that makes progress or success difficult
Noun
(minority) Opposite of a large number of people or things
Noun
(few) Opposite of a large number of people or things
“Many will hear, but only a few will understand.”
Noun
Opposite of a supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
Noun
Opposite of a portion or serving, especially of food
“He was famished and decided to get himself a whole chicken to eat.”
Verb
Opposite of to burden, load or encumber with, literally or figuratively
“Don't just sit there and look pretty! Help me unload the wagon!”
Verb
Opposite of to fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
“He called over two more soldiers, who helped to unload the contents of the van.”
Verb
Opposite of to stick an object or device into a slot, socket or hole
“This feature also helps secure your data by letting you remove the dongle and disable the system.”
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Opposite of to pressure or make heavy demands on
“I rub her toes and try to relax her while she rants about her day at work.”
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Opposite of to prepare or ready a device, especially a firearm or artillery
“They summoned the commander to dismantle the battery, to unload the cannons, and to pile them at the bottom of the slope.”
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Opposite of to (excessively) strain or burden, especially with work or a task
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Opposite of to compress or cram items, especially to fit into a container
Distribute the items uniformly in the box so that it closes comfortably without crushing or breaking the contents inside.”
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Opposite of to fill a container or space with a substance
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Opposite of to transfer data from one computer system to another
“Organizations upload their PDF documents, which are processed and returned with the relevant accessibility features added.”
Verb
Opposite of to bestow something in generous or extravagant quantities on
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(of items for sale) Opposite of to supply or stock with
“Why did they remove such a popular item from the shelf?”
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Opposite of gradually spread through or over
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Opposite of to inflict something undesirable on someone
“The aid of a professional draughtsman can not only help you bring your home to life, but also save you from complications later down the line.”
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Opposite of to force items into a compressed space
“Luckily, I was able to fit everything into the box.”
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Opposite of to form a stack or heap
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Opposite of to start a computer system
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Opposite of to move materials with a shovel
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Opposite of to place (things) one on top of the other
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