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Definition of "preload" [preload]

  • To load in advance (used especially in reference to software installed on a computer prior to sale). (verb)
  • To drink cheap alcohol at home before going out socially. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "preload" in a sentence
  • "You'll have to play with how much "preload" you put on the barrel."
  • "Competitors are arguing that the EU should insist that Microsoft "preload" Windows with other browsers so users don't have to download the software."
  • "Preliminary construction activities include placing "preload" material to compress soft soils."