Definition of upload
: to transfer (data, files, etc.) from a computer to the memory of another device (such as a larger or remote computer)
Examples of upload in a Sentence
She uploaded the pictures from her digital camera to her computer.
upload files to the Internet
Recent Examples of upload from the Web
This is how things have worked since Juno entered Jupiter’s orbit a year ago: JunoCam sends a bunch of images back to Earth, scientists and engineers upload them, and image-software gurus enhance them.
For the Atlas brothers, this meant making rap videos and uploading them to YouTube.
The spyware is uploaded when users click on a link in email messages designed to pique their interest.
The county was unable to upload two of the videos and the third was plagued with audio issues.
Disrupt Sports shoppers can upload their own images to live on their product of choice, or select one from a bevvy of local designers and brands.
But a new photo that David uploaded to Instagram is proof that history repeats itself in a whole lot of ways.
The company makes money by charging producers a $90 annual subscription, or $9.99 monthly fee, to upload 15 beats per month to the platform.
On the free RecordGram app for the iPhone or iPad, those inner-musicians can search for beats (music sans voice), upload them to a virtual recording studio, write lyrics and record vocals for a professional-sounding audio file.
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First Known Use of upload
UPLOAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upload for English Language Learners
computers : to move or copy (a file, program, etc.) from a computer or device to a usually larger computer or computer network
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