Translation of overload in Spanish:


sobrecargar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌoʊvərˈloʊd//əʊvəˈləʊd/

transitive verb

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    (circuit/system/car) sobrecargar
    to overload sth with sth recargar algo de algo
    • we are overloaded with work estamos agobiados de trabajo
    • Exacerbating factors include alcohol use and vehicles that are overloaded and poorly maintained.
    • Ensure strict checks on the city outskirts to ensure that vehicles are not overloaded.
    • That vehicle would be overloaded, and would only have one driver for however many people he is carrying.
    • This arrangement tends to overload the boat to port with seated passengers and will require the skipper to adjust for the load by using the hydraulic trim tabs.
    • River transport is often the only way for people to travel between towns and ferry disasters are not that rare as boats are frequently overloaded and often lack even the most rudimentary safety equipment.
    • Gateway is one of the few PC vendors that doesn't overload its systems with junk you may not need.
    • Although her arms were already overloaded with bags, she decided to take a chance.
    • The boat was grossly overloaded (almost certainly deliberately), even more so than the usual refugee vessel.
    • Regrettably, I've still not got round to downloading it, mainly due to a slight worry that I might just overload the system.
    • When the system is overloaded, many calls cannot be placed, but calls that do go through function normally.
    • Try not to overload your vehicle with too much wine, however great the temptation.
    • Finally, make sure that you have not overloaded any circuit or extension cord.
    • The latter isn't hard: you don't overload the system with appliances, and make sure the solar panels are clean.
    • He has a duty to ensure the vessel is not overloaded.
    • Meanwhile, the servers were completely overloaded, scanning the systems and attempting to find and delete the worm.
    • Garda HQ said the system was temporarily overloaded due to a large volume of calls at the time.
    • At all costs, the vehicle must never be overloaded.
    • She should have known that the vessel was grossly and dangerously overloaded.
    • Caravan owners have been warned that a recent police survey of vehicles revealed many were dangerously overloaded and unfit for the road.
    • At this time of year especially it is very easy to overload your electrical system.
    • A spokeswoman for Seawick blamed the power cut on Saturday's weather and said that because it was cold, a large number of appliances had been switched on at once and had overloaded the system.
    • He was told the weight by another, but it was his responsibility to ensure the vehicle was not overloaded.
    • Police claim the boat capsized because it was grossly overloaded.
    • Another concern is the large number of recreational vessels that could overload a tracking system or clog up electronic screens where hundreds of signals would show up.
    • These calls are overloading the system, which is quite simply breaking down.
    • Newly prosperous residents have kept buying motorcycles and cars, adding, say officials, 900 vehicles a day to the already overloaded streets.
    • Students overload the system during winter when they all put their heaters on.
    • If you overload an electrical system with too much energy and too much stimulation, the circuit breaker activates and shuts everything down.
    • The downside of this approach is that a high volume of network traffic can overload a system, and as a result not all packets are analyzed.
    • The burden thus generated strained the available water resources and overloaded the wastewater treatment plant.
    • The cell phone system is overloaded so nobody has heard from her since 3pm.
    • Between the air conditioners, the fans, the humidifiers and all the usual appliances, it's not hard to overload your electrical system during the dog days of August.
    • Telephone and cellphone service died, and throughout the crisis the state's special emergency communications system was either overloaded or knocked out.
    • He said although the family's display of Christmas lights appeared to use many extension cables and double plugs, it had not overloaded the system.
    • We had received intelligence that it was very overloaded and in danger of sinking but believed it had returned to Indonesia.
    • The city's existing electrical distribution infrastructure is currently overloaded and must be upgraded to service this larger load.
    • Your child may be emotionally overloaded by her angry feelings and a tantrum seems inevitable as a result.
    • Residents in the neighbouring low-cost two-room houses said illegal connections caused them to suffer because they overloaded the system and caused power failures.
    • To maximize profit, drivers often overload their vehicles, drive at high speed and stop without warning on awkward spots to pick up passengers, much to the annoyance of other motorists.
    • The catch is that the server is already overloaded.

intransitive verb

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    sobrecarga feminine
    • While e-mail brings an ever widening range of issues to the notice of an average user, it also causes an information overload.
    • I wonder about the overload of information coupled with the emotional exhaustion of the event.
    • The information overload of the week has finally got to me.
    • The thing is that sometimes I suffer an emotional overload and it comes out of nowhere.
    • I am suffering from major overload of a tremendous amount of food right now.
    • Mr Capstick added that he believed the trouble came from a fuse which tripped as a result of an overload although he stressed that he and his staff intended to leave the matter to professionals.
    • Information overload leads to stress and, often, the creation of information filtering roles.
    • A passenger overload and militant unionism has urban public transport stressed.
    • However, we like to draw your readers' attention to continuing concerns at the suburban character and quality of life in the area becoming spoilt by an overload of piecemeal developer-led building.
    • It would help me manage the information overload brought about with the six modules that I teach by tracking the hundreds of Word documents I use during an academic term.
    • Between an overload of information and a striving for pure dedication in life, I find myself looking for the exit sign
    • The overload began to surge through the US grid, threatening generation plants all over the Northeast.
    • Here, instead, there is an information overload.
    • The inclusion of the CD helps to break up what could have easily been an information overload for young ones.
    • Care is required to avoid an overload of information.
    • Information overload (data glut) means it takes longer to produce less.
    • Stress caused by an overload of patients has forced an experienced Yorkshire dentist to decide to leave the country and practise abroad.
    • Price said the city gives more opportunities to participate in municipal issues than people tend to take advantage of, and attributes this to busy lifestyles and an information overload.
    • This was sufficient to produce an overload of blood lipids, to damage the endothelial cells, to produce free radicals and to affect the dilation and contraction of blood vessels.
    • There are large problems concerning email, including spam, viruses and a general overload of information, but I had no clue why this one person in Holland could not get through to me.