Definition of autoload in English:

autoload

Syllabification: au·to·load
Pronunciation: /ˈôdōˌlōd
 
/

adjective

Self-loading; semiautomatic: 24mm film in autoload cartridges
More example sentences
  • I decided that I liked the game so much, I would look it up online, and I came across this site that allows you to play it online. Now once you've loaded this page, another page will autoload asking you to register…
  • He also disabled the ‘autoload’ feature of his browser, which meant photos on sites he visited would not automatically appear on his screen.
  • The Web pages refresh every five seconds using the autoload HTML tag.

Derivatives

autoloader

noun
More example sentences
  • Many such autoloaders have disappeared from the market, though the models in question remain splendid firearms.
  • IT managers looking for lowcost autoloaders will be able to choose from multiple vendors' product offerings.
  • The company is also unique in that it provides its own media and has delivered approximately 5 million pieces of media to its customers for use with its tape drives, autoloaders, and libraries.

autoloading

noun
More example sentences
  • Four years later, when the St-Etienne region of France was liberated, work again commenced on France's autoloading rifle.
  • The gas-operated, autoloading shotgun is tremendously popular with hunters and competitive shooters, with good reason.
  • Add to this the fact that, during the same time period, American police switched en masse to autoloading pistols.

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