Put a load or large amount of something on or in (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.)
they load up their dugout canoes
Place (a load or large quantity of something) on or in a vehicle, ship, container, etc
stolen property from a burglary was loaded into a taxi
(of a ship or vehicle) Take on a load
when we came to the quay the ship was still loading
Make (someone or something) carry or hold a large or excessive amount of heavy things
Elaine was loaded down with bags full of shopping
Supply someone or something in overwhelming abundance or to excess with
the King and Queen loaded Columbus with wealth and honors
Burden someone with (worries, responsibilities, etc.)
Bias toward a particular outcome
the odds were loaded against them before the match
Insert (something) into a device so that it will operate
load the cassette into the camcorder
Insert something into (a device) so that it can be operated
Charge (a firearm) with ammunition
Transfer (a program or data) into memory, or into the central processor from storage
Transfer programs into (a computer memory or processor)
Add an extra charge to (an insurance premium) in the case of a poorer risk
A heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried
in addition to their own food, they must carry a load of up to eighty pounds
The total number or amount that can be carried in something, esp. a vehicle of a specified type
a tractor-trailer load of new appliances
The material carried along by a stream, glacier, ocean current, etc
An amount of items washed or to be washed in a washing machine or dishwasher at one time
I do at least six loads of washing a week
A weight or source of pressure borne by someone or something
the increased load on the heart caused by a raised arterial pressure
the arch has hollow spandrels to lighten the load on the foundations
The amount of work to be done by a person or machine
Arthur has a light teaching load
A burden of responsibility, worry, or grief
consumers will find it difficult to service their heavy load of debt
A lot of (often used to express one's disapproval or dislike of something)
she was talking a load of garbage
she spends loads of money on clothes
there's loads to see here, even when it rains
The amount of power supplied by a source; the resistance of moving parts to be overcome by a motor
The amount of electricity supplied by a generating system at any given time
An impedance or circuit that receives or develops the output of a transistor or other device
weight to be borne or conveyed
fill or place a load on; "load a car"; "load the truck with hay"
a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time; "the system broke down under excessive loads"
provide (a device) with something necessary; "He loaded his gun carefully"; "load the camera"
cargo: goods carried by a large vehicle
transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory
Load is the sixth studio album by the American thrash metal band Metallica. It was released on June 4, 1996 through Elektra Records. It spent four consecutive weeks at #1 on Billboard 200. The album has sold over 5 million copies in America, and is certified 5x Platinum by the RIAA. ...
In UNIX computing, the system load is a measure of the amount of work that a computer system performs. The load average represents the average system load over a period of time. ...
(Loaded (2008 film)) Loaded is a 2008 American drama/crime film directed by Alan Pao.
(Loaded (band)) Loaded (also known as Duff McKagan's Loaded) is an American hard rock supergroup consisting of founder Duff McKagan of Velvet Revolver, formerly of Guns N' Roses and Jane's Addiction, on lead vocals and guitar, Mike Squires formerly of Alien Crime Syndicate, Nevada Bachelors and ...
(Loaded (Busy Signal album)) Loaded is the second studio album by Busy Signal. It was released on September 23, 2008. The album features the hit singles "Jail", "Whine Pon Di Edge" and "These Are the Days". Guest appearances include Mykal Roze and Alborosie.
(Loaded (Deacon Blue song)) Loaded is a single released by the Scottish group Deacon Blue in 1987.
A burden; a weight to be carried; A worry or concern to be endured, especially in the phrase a load off one's mind; A certain number of articles or quantity of material that can be transported or processed at one time; Used to form nouns that indicate a large quantity, often corresponding to ...
(loaded) this sense?) Burdened by some heavy load; packed; this sense?) (of a projectile weapon) Having a live round of ammunition in the chamber; armed; Possessing great wealth; Drunk; this sense? ...
(loads) Lots, much, plenty, a great deal
(Loaded) A ball with a great deal of spin.
(Loaded) Used to describe excessive spin.
(Loaded) In painting, a loaded brush is one that is filled with paint to its capacity.
(LOADED) Men’s magazine in the U.K. and Ireland, similar to MAXIM in the U.S.
(Loaded (caliper)) A disc brake caliper, which comes complete with all the installation hardware such as emergency brake lever, spring, bracket and brake pads. This speeds a caliper installation during replacement.
(Loaded (plugged)) A filter element that has collected a sufficient quantity of insoluble contaminants such that it can no longer pass rated flow without excessive differential pressure.
(Loaded) (1997, Black Market)
(Loaded) A firearm is loaded when a cartridge is in its firing chamber. However, for safety reasons all firearms are always treated as loaded at all times. See The 4 Rules. ...
(Loaded) A package is being deployed to the RE
(Loaded) British monthly mens 'style' mag. Not quite top shelf material. Once described as "the mens mag for men who don't want to be seen buying real w**k mags." Mention it with derision.