overloaded, past participle; overloaded, past tense; overloads, 3rd person singular present; overloading, present participle;
Load with too great a burden or cargo
overloaded vehicles are dangerous
Give too much of something, typically something undesirable, to (someone)
the staff is heavily overloaded with casework
Put too great a demand on (an electrical system)
the wiring had been overloaded
An excessive load or amount
an overload of stress
momentary surges and overloads in the circuit
become overloaded; "The aerator overloaded"
an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power
an excessive burden
clog: fill to excess so that function is impaired; "Fear clogged her mind"; "The story was clogged with too many details"
place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
Overload is Japanese heavy metal band Anthem's third studio album since their reformation in the year 2000.
Overload is a 2005 album by the Canadian hard rock band Harem Scarem. It is the tenth Harem Scarem studio album. ...
Overload is a bi-monthly professional computer magazine published by ACCU, that was established in 1993 and is currently edited by Ric Parkin. It aims to "publish a high standard of articles about all aspects of software development". ...
Overload (1979) is a novel by Arthur Hailey, concerning the electricity production industry in California and the activities of the employees and others involved with Golden State Power and Light, a fictional California public service company. ...
Overload is the debut album by the Pakistani rock band Overload, released in 2006. Singles from their debut album were "Cursed", "Storm" and "Dhamaal".
Overload is a rock/fusion band originating from Lahore, Pakistan, formed in 2004. The band are directed by founder and drummer Farhad Humayun.The Saturday Post, Retrieved on July 29 2009. The original line-up consisted of Farhad Humayun, Sheraz Siddiq, Hassan Mohyeddin, Pappu Sain & Jhoora Sain. ...
An excessive load; The damage done, or the outage caused by such a load; An overloaded version of a function; to load excessively; to provide too much power to a circuit; (computer science) to create different functions for the same name, to be used in different contexts; to fail due to ...
(Overloaded (Fluid Overloaded)) Term used to describe the condition of a dialysis patient who has too much fluid in his body and has not had adequate dialysis to relieve the fluid stockpile. Fluid overload has a very negative effect on the patient’s health and comfort level.
(Overloaded (vehicle)) a vehicle carrying a load that is too big or heavy for the vehicle to carry it safely or legally.
(Overloaded) An operator or method is overloaded if it has more than one prototype. Java determines which actual operator/method to use based on its signature.
(overloading) Giving additional meanings to a symbol or construct. Actually, all languages do overloading to one extent or another, since people are good at figuring out things from context.
(overloading) Using one identifier to refer to multiple items in the same scope.
Overloading occurs when an identifier or operator has more than one definition within a single scope. In Java, certain operators are overloaded. ...
(overloading) a situation when a strong signal interferes a weaker signal by creating false signals on interfering frequencies; occurs when the receiver's dynamic range is not enough to deal with the strong signal
(OverLoading) using maximum possible weight for an exercise. Always done with a partner and in 1-3 reps;
(Overloading (Port Address Translation (PAT)) This type of NAT is a variation on dynamic NAT. With dynamic NAT, there is always a one to one relationship between inside and outside addresses; if the outside address pool is ever exhausted, traffic from the next addresses requesting translation ...
(Overloading) An identifier can have several alternative meanings at a given point in the program text: this property is called overloading. For example, an overloaded enumeration literal can be an identifier that appears in the definitions of two or more enumeration types. ...
(Overloading) In software engineering, this concept refers to using the same operator symbol in different ways with different kinds of variables, or the same method in different ways with different lists of variables. ...
(Overloading) is when a piece has to protect two or more pieces, squares or threats at the same time. In situations like this opportunities often arise to benefit from the overloading by distracting the piece from one or several of its' protecting tasks.
(Overloading) new/delete can be - malloc/free cannot be