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load englannista suomeksi

  1. jännite

  2. ladata

  3. malmijuoni

  4. väärentää

  5. lastata

  6. kuorma

  7. lasti

  8. kuormitus

  9. lataus

  10. kuormata

  1. kuorma, taakka

  2. kuorma, lasti

  3. computing kuorma

  4. lastata, kuormata, pakata

  5. ladata, panostaa

  6. laittaa paikalleen">laittaa paikalleen, laittaa; lisätä paper or other material into something

  7. panostaa, ladata

  8. latautua

  9. ladata

  10. täyttää

  11. parantaa mahdollisuuksiaan">parantaa mahdollisuuksiaan to load the dice in one's favour; painottaa dice; johdatella paper, statement etc.

  12. johdatella

  13. kuormittaa

  14. tankata

  15. törsätä

  16. magnetoida; sähköistää y

  17. Substantiivi

  18. Verbi

load englanniksi

  1. A burden; a weight to be carried.

  2. (ux)

  3. A worry or concern to be endured, especially in the phrase ''a load off one's mind''.

  4. (RQ:Dryden Fables)

  5. 2005, (w), ''Green Eyes''

  6. I came here with a load and it feels so much lighter, now I’ve met you.
  7. A certain number of articles or quantity of material that can be transported or processed at one time.

  8. A quantity of washing put into a machine for a wash cycle.

  9. (non-gloss definition)

  10. A large number or amount.

  11. (syn)

  12. The volume of work required to be performed.

  13. The force exerted on a structural component such as a beam, girder, cable etc.

  14. The current or power delivered by a device.

  15. A resistive force encountered by a mover when performing work.

  16. Any component that draws current or power from an electrical circuit.

  17. A unit of measure for various quantities.

  18. 1866, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, ''A History of Agriculture and Prices in England'', Volume 1, p. 172:

  19. If this load equals its modern representative, it contains 18 cwt. of dry, 19 of new hay.
  20. The viral load

  21. A very small explosive inserted as a gag into a cigarette or cigar.

  22. The charge of powder for a firearm.

  23. Weight or violence of blows.

  24. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  25. The contents (e.g. semen) of an ejaculation.

  26. 2006, John Patrick, ''Barely Legal'', page 102

  27. Already, Robbie had dumped a load into his dad, and now, before my very eyes, was Alan's own cock lube seeping out
  28. 2009, John Butler ''Wanderlust'', page 35

  29. It felt so good, I wanted to just keep going until I blew a load down his throat, but I hadn't even seen his ass yet, and I sure didn't want to come yet.
  30. Nonsense; rubbish.

  31. The process of loading something, i.e. transferring it into memory or over a network, etc.

  32. 2009, Daniel Page, ''A Practical Introduction to Computer Architecture'' (page 614)

  33. This description represents a form of delay slot: the load operation takes some time to complete, say ''n'' cycles. Thus, the value loaded only becomes valid ''n'' cycles after the load seems to have executed and can therefore only be read after then.
  34. prepaid phone credit

  35. To put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

  36. To place in or on a conveyance or a place of storage.

  37. To put a load on something.

  38. To receive a load.

  39. (RQ:Swift Tale of a Tub)

  40. To be placed into storage or conveyance.

  41. To fill (a firearm or artillery) with munition.

  42. To insert (an item or items) into an apparatus so as to ready it for operation, such as a reel of film into a camera, sheets of paper into a printer etc.

  43. To fill (an apparatus) with raw material.

  44. To be put into use in an apparatus.

  45. To read (data or a program) from a storage medium into computer memory.

  46. To transfer from a storage medium into computer memory.

  47. To put runners on base|first, base|second and bases

  48. To tamper with so as to produce a biased outcome.

  49. To ask or adapt a question so that it will be more likely to be answered in a certain way.

  50. To encumber with something negative, to place as an encumbrance.

  51. To provide in abundance.

  52. To weight (a cane, whip, etc.) with lead or similar.

  53. To adulterate or drug.

  54. To magnetize.

  55. *{{quote-book|en|1877|Charles A. Schott|

  56. to up or purchase phone credits

  57. A person that spends all day online. The term was originally used in the late 1980s to describe users on free Q-Link (later America Online) accounts who never signed off the system at great expense to the company.

  58. prepaid phone credit

  59. to up or purchase phone credits

  60. to load (q)

  61. to receive data; to connect to the Internet

  62. {{zh-co|loa{}d{u1} 空氣|to have a very poor Internet connection|C

  63. to comprehend; to about; to ponder; to understand

  64. {{zh-x|我 loa{}d{u1} 咗 好 耐 先 明 佢 講 緊 啲 咩。|I pondered for a very long time before realising what he was talking about.|C

  65. to appear; to display

  66. (noun form of)

  67. (es-verb form of)