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a loop of leather or cloth sewn at the top rear, or sometimes on each side, of a boot to facilitate pulling it on. a means of advancing oneself or accomplishing something: He used his business experience as a bootstrap to win voters. relying entirely on one’s efforts and resources: The business was a bootstrap […]
memory that allows new programs to be entered because some simple preliminary instructions or information are already built in. a short program, usually held in nonvolatile memory, whose function is to load another longer program.
the area between the water lines of a ship when fully loaded and when unloaded. a distinctive band of paint covering this area.