How to use Overload in a sentence as a noun

That takes precedence and is the reason why I believe PG blocks most bots: so that crawling doesn't overload the site.

Do not overload the child with specialist time, especially as he/she progresses the time the child wants is with you.

Even just the proliferation of different JS sources creates a serious management and cognitive overload for the security- and privacy-conscious reader.

Learning the basics of the language is easy enough, but as soon as you start trying to create a non-trivial application, bam, you're hit with information overload - X framework, Y library.

",\n "Two weeks of information overload,",\n "and then *pffftt*, consigned to the trash.

How to use Overload in a sentence as a verb

That would overload a single build server, so they'd have to get a cluster set up.

It's very easy to imagine a function overloaded on its argument; for example, a hypothetical: to_string :: a -> String This function can take an argument of some sort and returns its string representation.

In practice, this means that the overloading is very straighforward: it just chooses whatever type you need.

It's the social overload of being visible to other people.

Overload definitions

noun

an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power

noun

an excessive burden

See also: overburden

verb

become overloaded; "The aerator overloaded"

verb

fill to excess so that function is impaired; "Fear clogged her mind"; "The story was clogged with too many details"

See also: clog

verb

place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"

See also: surcharge overcharge