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reload

(riːˈləʊd)
vb
1. (tr) to place (cargo, goods, etc) back on (a ship, lorry, etc)
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to put ammunition into (a firearm) after having discharged it
3. (Computer Science) computing to fetch the latest updated version of (a web page or document); refresh

reload


Past participle: reloaded
Gerund: reloading

Imperative
reload
reload
Present
I reload
you reload
he/she/it reloads
we reload
you reload
they reload
Preterite
I reloaded
you reloaded
he/she/it reloaded
we reloaded
you reloaded
they reloaded
Present Continuous
I am reloading
you are reloading
he/she/it is reloading
we are reloading
you are reloading
they are reloading
Present Perfect
I have reloaded
you have reloaded
he/she/it has reloaded
we have reloaded
you have reloaded
they have reloaded
Past Continuous
I was reloading
you were reloading
he/she/it was reloading
we were reloading
you were reloading
they were reloading
Past Perfect
I had reloaded
you had reloaded
he/she/it had reloaded
we had reloaded
you had reloaded
they had reloaded
Future
I will reload
you will reload
he/she/it will reload
we will reload
you will reload
they will reload
Future Perfect
I will have reloaded
you will have reloaded
he/she/it will have reloaded
we will have reloaded
you will have reloaded
they will have reloaded
Future Continuous
I will be reloading
you will be reloading
he/she/it will be reloading
we will be reloading
you will be reloading
they will be reloading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reloading
you have been reloading
he/she/it has been reloading
we have been reloading
you have been reloading
they have been reloading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reloading
you will have been reloading
he/she/it will have been reloading
we will have been reloading
you will have been reloading
they will have been reloading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reloading
you had been reloading
he/she/it had been reloading
we had been reloading
you had been reloading
they had been reloading
Conditional
I would reload
you would reload
he/she/it would reload
we would reload
you would reload
they would reload
Past Conditional
I would have reloaded
you would have reloaded
he/she/it would have reloaded
we would have reloaded
you would have reloaded
they would have reloaded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reload - load anew; "She reloaded the gun carefully"
load, charge - provide (a device) with something necessary; "He loaded his gun carefully"; "load the camera"
2.reload - place a new load on; "The movers reloaded the truck"
load, load up, lade, laden - fill or place a load on; "load a car"; "load the truck with hay"
Translations

reload

[ˈriːˈləʊd] VTrecargar, volver a cargar

reload

[ˌriːˈləʊd] vt
[+ gun] → recharger
(COMPUTING) [+ program, Web page] → recharger

reload

vtneu beladen; gunnachladen, neu laden

reload

[ˌriːˈləʊd] vtricaricare
References in classic literature ?
Then we reloaded and turned our attention to poor Tom.
Wishing he had a shot-gun, Sheldon dropped to the ground behind a tree, slipped a fresh clip up the hollow butt of the pistol, threw a cartridge into the chamber, shoved the safety catch into place, and reloaded the empty clip.
Pickwick, reloaded his gun, and proceeded onwards with the rest.
Everybody yelled together, and the guns were reloaded in frantic haste.
After firing his shot, Private Carter Druse reloaded his rifle and resumed his watch.
Instead, he reloaded his revolver very carefully, and then sat in the best room of the cottage by the derelict brickfield, looking anxious and perplexed, and listening to talk about Bill and his ways, and thinking, thinking.
It became evident to him that if he did not go into politics at once, he would be hanged as an assassin and accordingly, and without a word to the women, he went down to the village public-house he had passed an hour before on his way to Edna, entered it from the rear, and confronted the little band of ambiguous roughs, who were drinking in the tap-room and discussing matrimony and Bill's affection in a facetious but envious manner, with a casually held but carefully reloaded revolver, and an invitation to join what he called, I regret to say, a "Vigilance Committee" under his direction.
The signal was instantly given; and, before Hawkeye had reloaded his rifle, they were joined by Chingachgook.
Finding that the enemy had the advantage of the ground, the whites stopped short when within five hundred yards of them, and discharged and reloaded their pieces.
I thrust the full, loaded revolver into his hand, fired the last shot in my own, and reloaded.
I also learned that military surplus brass is not designed to be reloaded, so the manufacturing process is designed to produce a round for one-time use.
Yes, Babes is right when he said firing reloads takes a toll on the Glock's barrel, but that is if the reloaded ammunition is made of lead.