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1 To place a computer program into memory in order to execute it. It is now often used to describe the process whereby a Web page and inline images are placed in a browser ready for display.
2 The amount of work being asked of a computer system: for example, ‘The response of the main server was sluggish. It was really heavily loaded.’
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