Nevertheless Apple is dumping Google, selfishly putting its feud with Google ahead of the needs of its customers.
They are glamorous and fearsome, building celebrities up and tearing them down, dumping them, rescuing them, making them cry.
Big companies are flirting with dumping high-cost employees off their private health plans onto Obamacare—legally.
That 2009 film came out in January, a time generally thought to be the dumping ground, to gross $183 million.
To be sure, a zillion Obama critics are dumping on the bifurcated break.
Consequently it soon became the dumping grounds for fugitives from justice and criminals of all kinds.
dumping him into the car, Joe mounted hastily and drove off.
Some grow in flat rich ground, or where there has been a fill, or on dumping grounds; some grow on wood and around old stumps.
For several days, the south of England was a dumping ground—from somewhere.
Three or four were dumping a squat-bellied car into one of them.
early 14c., "throw down or fall with force," perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Danish dumpe, Norwegian dumpa "to fall suddenly"). The sense of "unload en masse" is first recorded in American English 1784. That of "discard, abandon" is from 1919. Related: Dumped; dumping. Dump truck is from 1930.
"place where refuse is dumped," 1865, originally of mining operations, from dump (v.). Meaning "any shabby place" is from 1899. Meaning "act of defecating" is from 1942.
The sale of goods of one nation in the markets of a second nation at less than the price charged within the first nation. Dumping can eliminate competitors by undercutting their prices.
Harsh criticism; severe derogation: A coupon is provided on page 47 for your dumping (1950s+)
[origin uncertain; perhaps related to a Scandinavian term meaning ''to fall suddenly,'' the connection being the tipping out of a load from a cart]