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boot

verb [I or T]
 
 
/buːt/ ( also boot up)
IT when a computer boots or is booted, it loads its operating system and starts working: The PC should now boot from the CD-ROM drive and the installation will begin. Boot up your computer and log onto your company's intranet.
Translations of “boot”
in Chinese (Traditional) 踢, 猛踢,猛踹…
in Russian пинать…
in Turkish tekmelemek, tepiklemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 踢, 猛踢,猛踹…
in Polish kopać…
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