reload

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re- +‎ load

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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 in memory or of a web page on screen
  3. (firearms) to make one's own cartridges using spent (or new) cases and new powder, primer, and bullet/shot.

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