Overload

  • 1 Overload — may refer to: Contents 1 Music 1.1 Bands 1.2 Albums 1.3 Songs 2 Medical …

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  • 2 overload — o‧ver‧load [ˌəʊvəˈləʊd ǁ ˌoʊvərˈloʊd] verb overloaded PASTPART or overladen PASTPART [ ˈleɪdn] [transitive] 1. to give someone more work, information etc than they can deal with: overload somebod …

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  • 3 Overload — O ver*load , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Overloaded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Overloading}.] [Cf. {Overlade}.] To load or fill to excess; to load too heavily. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 Overload — O ver*load , n. An excessive load; the excess beyond a proper load. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 Overload — es el primer single de las Sugababes y de su primer álbum de estudio One Touch. La canción recibió buenas críticas porque tiene un sonido muy maduro para la edad que tenían las chicas y porque es una buena mezcla entre R B y garage. Llegó a la… …

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  • 6 overload — I verb burden, choke, congest, cram, crowd, cumber, deluge, drench, encumber, flood, force, glut, gorge, inundate, load to excess, make heavy, oppress, overabound, overburden, overdo, overdose, overexert, overfeed, overfill, overstrain, overstuff …

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  • 7 Overload —   [engl.], Überladen …

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  • 8 overload — (v.) 1550s, to load with too great a burden, from OVER (Cf. over) + LOAD (Cf. load) (v.). Related: Overloaded; overloading. The noun is attested from 1640s; of electrical current, from 1904 …

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  • 9 overload — ► VERB 1) load excessively. 2) put too great a demand on. ► NOUN ▪ an excessive amount …

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  • 10 overload — [ō΄vər lōd′; ] also, and for n.always [, ō′vər lōd΄] vt. to put too great a load in or on n. too great a load …

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  • 11 overload — overloads, overloading, overloaded (The verb is pronounced [[t]o͟ʊvə(r)lo͟ʊd[/t]]. The noun is pronounced [[t]o͟ʊvə(r)loʊd[/t]].) 1) VERB If you overload something such as a vehicle, you put more things or people into it than it was designed to… …

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  • 12 overload — o|ver|load [ˌəuvəˈləud US ˌouvərˈloud] v past participle overloaded or overladen [ ˈleıdn] [T] 1.) to put too many things or people on or into something ▪ Be careful not to overload the washing machine. be/become overloaded with sth ▪ The bus was …

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  • 13 overload — UK [ˌəʊvə(r)ˈləʊd] / US [ˌoʊvərˈloʊd] verb [transitive] Word forms overload : present tense I/you/we/they overload he/she/it overloads present participle overloading past tense overloaded past participle overloaded 1) to put too many people or… …

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  • 14 overload — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun Overload is used after these nouns: ↑information {{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}} verb PREPOSITION ▪ with ▪ Their staff are heavily overloaded with work. PHRASES ▪ …

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  • 15 overload — verb past participle overloaded or overladen, (T) 1 to load something with too many things (+ with): The bus was overloaded with tourists and their luggage. 2 to put too much electricity through an electrical system or piece of equipment: Don t… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 overload — 1. verb 1) avoid overloading the ship Syn: overburden, put too much in, overcharge, weigh down 2) don t overload the wiring Syn: strain, overtax, overwork, overuse, swamp, oversupply, overwhelm …

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  • 17 overload — v. /oh veuhr lohd /; n. /oh veuhr lohd /, v.t. 1. to load to excess; overburden: Don t overload the raft or it will sink. n. 2. an excessive load. [1545 55; OVER + LOAD] * * * …

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  • 18 overload — 1. verb a) to load excessively b) to provide too much power to a circuit 2. noun a) An excessive load. Code an overload of the insertion operator for the Rectangle class …

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  • 19 overload — [ˌəʊvəˈləʊd] verb [T] 1) to put too many people or things in or on something 2) to give someone too much work to do 3) to damage a piece of electrical equipment by putting too much electricity through it overload [ˈəʊvəˌləʊd] noun [C/U]… …

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  • 20 overload — perkrova statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. overcharge; overload; overloading vok. Überladung, f; Überlast, f; Überlastung, f rus. перегрузка, f pranc. surcharge, f …

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