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overload

noun [U or S]
 
 
/ˈəʊvələʊd/
too much of something: an overload of sth There is an overload of factors that confront consumers in the marketplace. Investors are already swamped with information and there is a serious danger of overload. →  See also information overload , work overload
Translations of “overload”
in Chinese (Traditional) (某物)超載, (某人)過重的負擔…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某物)超载, (某人)过重的负担…
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