Noun(1) an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power(2) an excessive burden
Verb(1) become overloaded(2) fill to excess so that function is impaired(3) place too much a load on
(1) Another concern is the large number of recreational vessels that could overload a tracking system or clog up electronic screens where hundreds of signals would show up.(2) This was sufficient to produce an overload of blood lipids, to damage the endothelial cells, to produce free radicals and to affect the dilation and contraction of blood vessels.(3) Don't overload your team with them, but having one or two is a smart move.(4) an overload of stress(5) This arrangement tends to overload the boat to port with seated passengers and will require the skipper to adjust for the load by using the hydraulic trim tabs.(6) Price said the city gives more opportunities to participate in municipal issues than people tend to take advantage of, and attributes this to busy lifestyles and an information overload .(7) She knew she could not push this nor could she overload her.(8) The overload began to surge through the US grid, threatening generation plants all over the Northeast.(9) I recall no vices as long as you didn't mistreat her or overload her.(10) The coaches feel he is taxed too much with all that he has to learn as the starting strong safety, and they don't want to overload him.(11) A passenger overload and militant unionism has urban public transport stressed.(12) Gateway is one of the few PC vendors that doesn't overload its systems with junk you may not need.(13) The thing is that sometimes I suffer an emotional overload and it comes out of nowhere.(14) The information overload of the week has finally got to me.(15) Information overload leads to stress and, often, the creation of information filtering roles.(16) Between an overload of information and a striving for pure dedication in life, I find myself looking for the exit sign
(1) information overload :: for megen information
(2) sensory overload :: sensoriske overbelastning
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4. strain ::
5. clog ::
6. surcharge ::
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