: to put a charge or load into a weapon again
- … most competitive shooters reload their own ammunition.
- —Craig Vaughn
- This firearm will continuously load, fire, eject, reload, and fire again …
- —William R. Dietrick
: to load or be loaded into a computer's memory or storage again
- recorded the time the computer's operating system took to reload
- The files are stored locally, so that whenever you access a Web site that you have accessed previously, the browser doesn't have to reload the entire page; it simply reads it from the cache.
- —Terrance A. Rooney
: to put a renewed supply of funds or resources into an account
- However, the new tickets can not be reloaded with credit like a standard smartcard.
- —Benedict Brook