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uploadverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ʌpˈləʊd/ IT, INTERNET
to ​copy or ​moveprograms or ​information to another ​computersystem, especially to the ​internet or a larger ​computer: upload a copy/file/document I uploaded the ​file as soon as I had ​finishedworking on it.upload sth to sth With the ​press of a ​singlebutton, you can upload ​information to a ​server.
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uk   us   /ˈʌpləʊd/ IT, INTERNET
[C or U] the ​act or ​process of ​copyingprograms or ​information into a computer's ​memory, especially to the ​internet or a larger ​computer: The ​file is ​ready for upload. During each upload, the computer's ​security can be ​compromised.
[C] a ​computerprogram or ​information that can be uploaded: Internet uploads will ​play a ​growing role in your ​business.
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