To load or fill to excess; to load too heavily.
An excessive load; the excess beyond a proper load.
1. n. Official request for permission to enter a class which had previously been filled. 2. n. Source of strain in student - faculty relations due to the excessive begging, pleading, and bribes.
Gross vehicle weight (GVW) in excess of the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) specified by the chassis manufacturer. Also an excess of weight over the gross vehicle axle weight rating (GAWR) specified by the chassis manufacture. A situation that taxes an operational system to the limit of its functional capabilities. Such as too many fires for an individual unit to handle (fire overload), or too many orders for an individual dispatch center to process (dispatch overload).
An abnormal system condition that demands more than design current. Run in this condition, the drive or motor overload will protect the system by shutting off the output.
If our stim level gets too high, we overload and shut down. We tend to stop responding to most outside input, not look at anyone, and not function in whatever we were doing until we get our stim level down enough with stimming and such. We tend to watch our stim level well enough lately that this is fairly rare, but still does happen once in awhile.
The overpowering of the immune system due either to massive, concurrent exposure or to low-level continuous exposure caused by many stresses, including allergens.
The input to the Sound Level Meter is too high for the current measurement range. Change the range.
A situation where a Pawn or piece must perform too many defensive functions, so that if one it is forced to perform one function a weakness will be created.
A situation where a pawn or a piece must perform too many defensive functions (ie, protect two pieces at the same time).
a piece or Pawn with too many defensive tasks is overloaded. There are examples in the Tactics section of the Canon.
to define a method with the same name as another method in the same class, but with a different parameter list
To use the same name for several items in the same scope; Java methods can be overloaded.
To overload a method in programming is to have two or more methods with the same name, but are distinguished by the number and/or type of variables they require. Generally methods, operators, and constructors are overloaded in programming.
19 semester hours or more is considered an overload; requires that special conditions be met (consult your academic advisor).
More than 4 1/2 courses. Overloads require the permission of the Academic Adviser.
see ACADEMIC OVERLOAD.