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uk /ˌpriːˈləʊd/ us /ˌpriːˈloʊd/
[ T ]
to load (= put) information or a program onto a computer before it is sold or used:
Teachers preload lessons onto these wall-length computer screens.
The console comes pre-loaded with music and videos. ...
preloaded; preloading; preloads
: to load in advance and especially at a time removed from that of use
preloaded software ...
v. pre·loaded, pre·load·ing, pre·loads
1. To load (something) in or onto a device or conveyance in advance of use or need: preloaded the dirty socks in the washer to allow them to soak for half an hour.
2. To load something into or onto (a device or conveyance) in advance of use or need: The manufacturers preloaded the computer with antivirus software.
To load something in advance of use or need: If you preload, you can play the game as soon as it is released.
1. The act of preloading: The app is now available for preload.
2. An instance of preloading: Preloads of the game increased following the positive review. ...