overload


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Synonyms for overload

Synonyms for overload

an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power

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an excessive burden

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fill to excess so that function is impaired

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place too much a load on

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That is, perceived usefulness may mitigate the effect of information overload on enhancing employees' negative emotions toward cell phones.
Is it the sight of oozing cheese, the juiciness of the overloaded toppings or the aroma of a freshly baked crust?
Mr Obiora Emeka, a commercial driver in the FCT, some of his colleagues overloaded their vehicles in order to make ends meet.
Firefighters have warned homeowners to be mindful of electrical safety after a blaze caused by an overloaded cable which destroyed a boiler.
Although it was the first solution provided to patients with iron overload and had helped many suffering from iron overload, its inconvenient mode of administration may have been a cause of suboptimal chelation of iron overload in patients associated with a shorter life expectancy and increased morbidity.
Overload Relays for 9 to 25 A contactors protect motor windings from burning due to overloads, locked rotor current, or open-phases.
Overload Golf Ventures, focussed on technology innovation in the golf industry, is led by general partners who come from finance, technology and golf.
(4) However, when the degree of iron overload is beyond the storage capacity, it becomes freely bioavailable and toxic to different tissues and organs through the formation of free radicals.
Some clinical evidence indicates that iron chelation therapy (ICT) can improve hematopoiesis and exert a survival benefit in iron overload patients with low-risk MDS (18-22).
Information overload consists difficulty level when students are burdened through extra load of information.
Contributors from information technology, communications, computer science, and other fields explore causes, approaches, and trends in information and communication overload, emphasizing the use of information and communications technologies.
As the calf grew, of course, Milo's strength increased exponentially, and he experienced one of the earliest recorded and truest forms of progressive overload.
Where conventional marketing tactics have saturated audiences with information, people have added layers of personal "filtering" devices to avoid information overload. Beck Ag Com CEO John Finegan says, "A personalized conversation as is offered through word of mouth marketing offers people the opportunity to validate information relevant to their buying decision.
Once the database is able to handle more record updates, the software initiates the next batch of updates, all while monitoring database performance to make sure it never overloads the SQL server or any other database machine.
That's because steroids cause a testosterone overload. The overload signals the male body to stop producing the hormone naturally.