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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ load

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VerbEdit

reload (third-person singular simple present reloads, present participle reloading, simple past and past participle reloaded)

  1. To load (something) again
  2. (computing) To refresh a copy of a program etc. in memory or of a web page etc. on screen
  3. (firearms) To load a gun again; or recharge a used cartridge.

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NounEdit

reload (plural reloads)

  1. The process by which something is reloaded.
    Each reload of the weapon took about 30 seconds.

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