pre·load transitive verb \ˈprē-ˌlōd\
: to load in advance and especially at a time removed from that of use <preloaded software>
First Known Use of PRELOAD
pre·load noun \-ˈlōd\ (Medical Dictionary)
: the stretched condition of the heart muscle at the end of diastole just before contraction
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