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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreloadre‧load /ˌriːˈləʊd $ -ˈloʊd/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 PUTto put something into a container again, especially bullets into a gun2 if you reload a page on the Internet, you ask for the information shown on that page to be sent to your computer again, usually because there has been a problem or because you want the information to be as new as possible syn refresh→ See Verb table
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reloadWe reload and await results as we watch the vapor rising from the ground.I reached it safely, and, sheltered behind its big chimney, reloaded and fired, and loaded again.You can reload it using Open in the file menu.She finished taping him up and let him catch his breath while she reloaded the gun.He had stripped the weapon, rebuilt it, satisfied himself, and then unloaded and reloaded the magazine.After printing each letter, however, you did not save the personalized version, but instead reloaded the original template.Reload the pistol, quick!Sharpe reloaded the rifle, this time ramming the bullet hard down against the charge, then released the horse.