Preload meaning

To load in advance (used especially in reference to software installed on a computer prior to sale).

My computer came preloaded with wordprocessor software.

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To bring in ahead of time. See buffering.
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(intransitive, UK, slang) To drink cheap alcohol at home before going out socially.

That nightclub is so expensive. Let's preload at your flat.

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Origin of preload

  • pre- +"Ž load.
    From Wiktionary