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Noun
A heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried
“Though some of the children however are compelled to go to the kilns and help their parents make bricks and carry the heavy load on their tender heads.”
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A burden of responsibility, worry, or grief
“The debt was a heavy load on the part of the Government whose leaders were spending sleepless nights thinking about ways and means of overcoming the problem.”
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A plentiful supply of a particular desirable thing
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“This bush has got loads of flowers and even more buds ready to flower, we've no idea what it is yet but we love it.”
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A large amount (of something)
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Elements of larger object
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A cause or source of great distress or discomfort
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A significantly difficult task or experience
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Development; accumulation
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Lustrous chemical element
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The amount of work assigned to a particular worker, normally in a specified time period
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A thing that is imposed, in particular an unfair or unwelcome demand or burden
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Assigned work
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A portion or serving, especially of food
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Slang forms
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A hindrance or obstruction in doing something
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A very large, high, and steep hill
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Used to refer to something regarded as oppressive or restrictive
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Good
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An amount of ammunition, or the ammunition itself
Verb
To fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
“Traders can load vehicles at this time, they are ready to do it.”
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To burden, load or encumber with
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To put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage)
“As with all digital cameras, the A303's main advantages are the fact that you don't have to load film and that you can delete your unwanted shots.”
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To put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage)
“Michael immediately began to load boxes and bags of food and supplies into the van.”
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To provide in abundance
“The evidence is there in our teams' meek exits from Europe over the past couple of weeks that the experiment of loading our clubs with foreigners, in the hope that they will deliver success in Europe, has backfired.”
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To fill (a firearm or artillery) with munition
“Then I'd go back to my room, read the files and load the handgun he'd tucked in, and prepare for my mission.”
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Bias towards a particular outcome
“The way we are taught Shakespeare is too often loaded towards the idea that his plays are about supposedly unchanging things, like love or ambition or treachery.”
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To enter data
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To bestow something in generous or extravagant quantities on
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Transfer data from one computer system to another
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To have confidence in a person in terms of their ability to execute a task
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Gradually spread through or over
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(computing) To move digital data or files from one device to another
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To move materials with a shovel
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Start operating system
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To alter the content of food or drink by adding ingredients
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Attack, terrorize
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To administer drugs to (a racehorse, greyhound, or athlete) in order to inhibit or enhance sporting performance
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To show an inclination for, or against, something
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