Definitions for "Load"
A particular measure for certain articles, being as much as may be carried at one time by the conveyance commonly used for the article measured; as, a load of wood; a load of hay; specifically, five quarters.
The device or devices that consume power from a power supply.
A device that consumes power from a source & uses that power to perform a function.
Keywords:  mutual, redeem, exit, amc, commission
A sales charge added to the purchase and/or sale price of some mutual funds and annuities. opposite of no-load.
The charge of a firearm; as, a load of powder.
About one third of all mutual funds carry a load, or sales commission. Loaded funds can carry commissions as high as 8.5% of the fund's offering price.
A burden; that which is laid on or put in anything for conveyance; that which is borne or sustained; a weight; as, a heavy load.
That which burdens, oppresses, or grieves the mind or spirits; as, a load of care.
To lay a load or burden on or in, as on a horse or in a cart; to charge with a load, as a gun; to furnish with a lading or cargo, as a ship; hence, to add weight to, so as to oppress or embarrass; to heap upon.
Weight or violence of blows.
The weight or force that a structural support bears or is designed to bear; the object that creates that force.
A load on a muscle is a massive body that exerts a force on the muscle. to the top
1. The combination of components used to assemble a cartridge or shotshell. 2. The act of putting ammunition into a firearm.
The act of placing a load into a rifle. Also can be another type of ammunition.
To place a round of ammunition in a firearm chamber or magazine, OR, A specific type or composition of ammunition.
The material carried by rivers and glaciers. transport(1)
The total sediment transported by a stream.
The total amount of sediment being carried by a stream or a glacier. Includes suspended materials, dissolved materials and materials moved along Earth's surface. (Also see: bed load, dissolved load, suspended load.)
Keywords:  diskette, disk, memory, disksafe, ram
To enter a program or file into a computer's memory. (WP, Gr. 2)
To load a vehicle or container. The freight in a vehicle or container. A container filled with freight that is moved from the customer-designated origin to the customer-designated destination. To load a program into a computer after the program has been translated into machine code. Any procedure for getting a computer or other device ready to operate by providing that device with the magnetic tape or disks that it needs to function.
1. v. To bring all or part of a computer program into memory from auxiliary storage so that the computer can run the program. 2. v. To place a diskette into a diskette drive.
Keywords:  did, scroll, untruth, upload, wwwebfx
In World Wide Web or Gopher sessions, a page or menu is loaded into your browser when you access that page and the images and text appear on your screen. If for some reason you need to update the image or information, you can reload the page or menu. See also World Wide Web; Gopher; browser; home page. WWWebfx Home Page
Short for download and upload. If someone asks "How long did that page take to load?", he/she is referring to the time it takes a page to appear on your screen - including all the pictures.
The term load is frequently used to refer to the time it takes for a page to display on the screen. Some parts of a page may still be loading while you are scrolling through the parts that are already displayed.
(1) To move a segment or fragment into RAM. (2) To return an unloaded QuickDraw GX object from external storage to memory. QuickDraw GX automatically and transparently loads and unloads objects in the course of managing memory; an application need never know whether an object it accesses is currently loaded or unloaded.
A single transaction (a pick up or delivery) of used or waste tires between the hauler and generator or the hauler and end-use facility. There may be one or more loads on a trip.
See front-end load.
The amount of weight, measured in pounds per square foot, that the grating will support. There are two types of load measurements: point and whole bar.
product of the concentration and streamflow, equivalent to the total amount of a constituent passing that point in the stream, at that time. Usually expressed as kilograms per time or pounds per time.
Refrigeration load of a mechanical or cryogenic refrigeration system; heat energy that must be withdrawn by the system to reduce temperatures in a refrigerated chamber to specified levels
The quantity which can be carried or drawn in some specified way; the contents of a cart, barrow, or vessel; that which will constitute a cargo; lading.
the quantity of a material that enters a body of water over a given time period
A quantity of semen. See also 'spilly' and 'pudding'.
Keywords:  blk, sublibrary, jforth, prolog, scr
LOAD a screen of Forth code. LOAD is only applicable to the BLOCK or SCREEN environment; this word is not available in the standard JForth system...the source file JU:BLOCK must be compiled in ASCII-file format to gain access to LOAD. LOAD causes interpretation to be redirected to the specified SCREEN of the file being pointed to by the user-variable SCR-FILE. LOADing will continue to the next SCREEN of the file if the operator -- is encountered during interpretation of the current SCREEN. Otherwize, LOAD will return when the end of the current SCREEN is reached, at which time interpretation will continue from wherever the LOAD command was invoked. Standards: '83 Related Words: BLK IN LIMIT BLOCK FIRST
To syntax-check and record the dependencies and command-line options of an Ada source file in order to enable subsequent compilation operations. Source files can be load ed in any order, creating pending unit s in the sublibrary. A subsequent update operation on the sublibrary then compiles the units in the correct order.
To load a Prolog clause or set of clauses, in source or binary form, from a file or set of files.
The KVA or VA requirement which the transformer must supply.
heat supplied to the user (positive value: heating load; negative value: cooling load) [Wh] [MJ]  (Energie-) Bedarf
After extracting, cleaning and transforming, data must be loaded into the warehouse. Additional preprocessing may still be required: checking integrity constraints; sorting; summarization, aggregation and other computation to build the derived tables stored in the warehouse; building indices and other access paths; and partitionaing to multiple target storage areas. Load utilities can be used for these operations.
The amount of work that a person, group, or machine is assigned to perform; as, the boss distributed the load evenly among his employees.
the amount that a certain machine can hold ..... return
an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate; "he got a load on and started a brawl"
The total number of credit hours a student takes in one quarter. Also called course load or academic load.
The total credits for which students are registered is their load. The normal undergraduate load is from 14-18 credits. Students may take fewer than 15 credits if they wish. Permission to carry more than 18 credits must be obtained in advance of registration from the dean of the college of the major. Students on probation or admitted from high school with both an ACT score and class rank below the 50th percentile may not register for more than 15 credits. The University limits the credit load to 16 credits for all students during the advance registration phase.
The total number of credit hours you enroll in for a quarter.
a secret move which puts the object inside the cup, usually when the audience is misdirected (eg by another ball appearing)
To secretly put an object or objects into position before revealing them. The word also applies to the objects that are loaded.
1) Object or objects to be produced. 2) The introduction of a load into a piece of apparatus.
Filling up your paintbrush so there is enough paint to complete at least one stroke of your work.
as in load a brush; brush is dipped into paint and paint is stroked into brush.
Keywords:  recourses, workload, syn, mover, span
The work done by a steam engine or other prime mover when working.
The current work-load on a computer's recourses.
The amount of planned work scheduled for and actual work released to a facility, work center, or operation for a specific span of time. Usually expressed in terms of standard hours of work or, when items consume similar resources at the same rate, units of production. Syn: workload.
Keywords:  truck, hay, conveyance, car, bags
fill or place a load on; "load a car"; "load the truck with hay"
put (something) on a structure or conveyance; "load the bags onto the trucks"
Keywords:  metallica, album, sixth, june, heavy
Load is the sixth album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released in June 1996. (See 1996 in music).
an independent predictor of CMV disease and survival in advanced AIDS
For a network Resource refers to the ratio between throughput and maximumthroughput, provided a state of the Resource where throughput is increasing with offered traffic. The total number of Call attempts presented to an exchange during a given time interval of time (i.e offered load). source: ITU-T Q.543 EU-P308 domain: Performance usage: EU-P308
Keywords:  shred, cigarette, explosive, lit, sharp
a small explosive which will shred a cigarette and produce a sharp cracking sound when the cigarette is lit
Keywords:  adulterate, wine, drug
To adulterate or drug; as, to load wine.
Often used in reference to the process of retrieving information, or the process of starting an application on a computer. For example, "It took almost four minutes to load that full-size color satellite image of Redmond, WA last night."
A measure of coal; usually eqivalent to a number of tickets.
Keywords:  munition, carefully, gun, his, provide
provide with munition; "He loaded his gun carefully"
Load is a utility for Web application and SOAP-based Web services performance and scalability testing. It features a scripting language and a library of test objects for the creation of intelligent agents that drive the Web application or SOAP-based Web service. Running hundreds of agents concurrently shows how your software performs in production environments.
Keywords:  gic, payout, participating, period
participating GIC payout period
Keywords:  techsoup, slot, machine, retrieve, org
To load a web page is to retrieve that page from the remote machine that stores it so that you can view it in your browser. Source:
To "load" a slot machine means to play the maximum number of coins per bet for that slot machine.
The rate at which a pollutant enters a system, such as a water body. Expressed as mass per unit time, e.g., kg/day or tons/year.
A material or constituent in solution, in suspension, or in transport; usually expressed in terms of mass or volume.
Keywords:  crane, lifted, item
Item being lifted by crane.
To start a computer program. Load time may affect your assessment of software usefulness, particularly when patients are present. Some PDA software loads almost instantly. Software that takes 10 to 15 seconds to load is considered slow.
Keywords:  won't, ccs, lot, matter, automatically
a lot, but that won't matter because the CCS will automatically account for this
The amount of planned and actual demand placed on a resource for a given time period that determines its requirements and can be used in calculating over- or under-capacity situations.
The total demand for service on a utility system at any given time.
See " demand"
Keywords:  dump, opposite, see
The opposite of DUMP and DUMP_II. See also LOAD_II.
The act of adding an edition from the repository to the workspace.
Keywords:  actuator, moved, material
Material to be moved by the actuator
Hot water consumption dependent on time. The calculation is based on the definition of different daily, weekly and annual profiles.
Balancing Distributing data across a network of servers in order to ensure that a single Web server does not get overloaded with work, thereby affecting performance.
Keywords:  jumpers, plane, going, specific, time
A specific plane load of jumpers going up at one time.
A grouping of vehicles, equipment, and/or passengers to be loaded into a specific aircraft.
A source drives a load. Whatever component or piece of equipment is connected to a source and draws current from a source is a load on that source.
Keywords:  semen, blow, phrase, slang, your
Semen. Sometimes used in the phrase "blow your load" to mean EJACULATE
semen, as in "blow your load".
Slang for semen.
Keywords:  lumber, cubic, meters, logs, volume
Measurement term for log and lumber volume: 40 cubic feet of logs equals 1.13 cubic meters, and 50 cubic feet of lumber equals 1.416 cubic meters.
the number of units students undertake in one semester.
a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
Load, in Internet terms, is when a web page is brought into a browser, essentially ‘downloading’ the page from the server it is hosted on. The term ‘load’ can also mean to install or open software on a computer.
Keywords:  score
Score of 180
Keywords:  magnetize
To magnetize.
The average number of processes attempting to execute on a machine over a period of time, typically the last second. A general indication of how much "work" a processor is performing.
The rate of natural gas from one point to another. As contrasted with service piping, mains generally carry larger volumes for general or collective use.
The initial placement of information about a certificate into the Stored Value database. See also transaction type.
Keywords:  edit
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Something that absorbs energy. battery, lights, etc.
Reading compiled modules into the database.
Indicates that the input is loaded as the new value of the specified properties, replacing the old contents. This is the default action.
a perfect system for reducing the cost of distribution of these products
Keywords:  fluid, ejaculation
Keywords:  online, movement, words, software, down
Usually used with up-load or down-load, it means to transfer files or software -- to "load" -- from one computer or server to another computer or server. In other words, it's the movement of information online.
v.t. file) to cause the code contained in the file to be executed. See the function load.
Keywords:  ejaculation, single, product
The product of a single ejaculation
Keywords:  active, number, processes, system
The number of active processes in a system.
Keywords:  base, see
Keywords:  loan
Load to load Loan