from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To transfer (data or a program) from a central computer or website to a peripheral computer or device.
- intransitive verb To download data or a program.
- noun A file that has been downloaded.
- noun An instance of downloading data or a program.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
file transferto the local computer, especially one in progress.
- noun A
filethat has been, or will be transferred in this way.
- verb transitive To transfer (computer data, especially as one or more
files) from a remote computer ( server) to a local computer, usually via a network.
- verb transitive, nonstandard
upload; to copy a file from a local computer to a remote computer via a network.
- verb transitive, nonstandard to transfer a file to or from removable media.
- verb transitive, nonstandard to
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb transfer a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a computer at a remote location
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
For instance, the download is available as a 3MB file, or as smaller “DISKS”.
You might want to clarify that the download is the first three sections, not the first three chapters (as you say in your post).
It seems odd, I'm pretty sure you have a US credit card and a download is a download.
# the result from the download is actually a tuple with three elements.
The big deal, though, is that I can download from the Kindle store at Amazon which has the largest selection of ebooks anywhere.
It was right there in that first download from the muse in the fabric store.
Just to let you know, the liturgical book for the celebrations of the Holy Father during his upcoming pilgrimage to the Holy Land is available for download from the Vatican website.
The notes for this course are available for free download from a site we've created to support this training. (from Mark Walker) (tags: socialmedia blogging websites training howto)
Al momento le velocità massime supportate dai cellulari della Nokia (6720 classic, 6710 navigator, E55, 5630 XpressMusic) sono di 10. 2Mbps in download (HSDPA) e di 2. 0Mbps in upload (HSUPA). (fonte: GigaOM) [...] iWeb Blog » iWeb Tech News Highlights: MySQL, netbooks, LTE with Nokia and Facebook
There have been rumors flying around that the download is going to be late by a day.