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upload

[′əp‚lōd]
(computer science)
To transfer or copy data from a smaller computer, such as a microcomputer, to a larger computer.

upload

/uhp'lohd/ To transfer programs or data over a digital communications link from a smaller or peripheral "client" system to a larger or central "host" one.

Opposite: download.

upload

To send data from a user's machine to a server. For more details, see download and download vs. upload.
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Whether you're uploading overnight, on a flight, at a coffee shop, or on location, the new indestructible upload will give creatives the peace of mind to work under the toughest deadlines and security measures.
It may be mentioned here that FIA had registered a case and arrested above four accused for their alleged involvement in uploading blasphemous material on social media.
Director (legal) of the Ministry of Information Technology, Nasir Ayaz, assured the parliamentary committee that steps would be taken to stop the uploading of blasphemous content on social media.
Being an IT professional, I understand the security processes that I need to undergo for uploading an online video.
A full visible spectrum of a liquid sample is produced and stored within the device for later uploading into a laptop or a laboratory computer system.
Why do agents readily use a carrier's Web site to submit commercial business but balk at using their own system and uploading new-business applications?
Video-sharing website YouTube, which was purchased last year for USD1.65bn by Internet company Google, has confirmed it intends to share advertising revenue generated through the website, with users uploading their own films.
Both units provided personnel that worked closely in the documentation of the equipment, staging, and uploading of the equipment.
But today's technology lets you do it a better way: uploading all clients' financial information to a Web site so they can access current and past reports 24/7, no matter how the data originally were formatted.
Two days before the event I learned that data uploading and downloading would be prohibited (on a non-school day).
The only other thing to watch when following the Eatock template is getting the resolution of images down to a point where they are still readable but whose files are small enough to allow instant uploading. That is really instant uploading.