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Noun
A heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried
“Some of the children are compelled to go to the kilns and help their parents carry the heavy load of bricks on their tender heads.”
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Something that causes great worry, anxiety or grief
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“The debt was a heavy load on the part of the Government whose leaders spent sleepless nights thinking of ways and means to overcome the problem.”
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A burden of responsibility that is imposed
“They want the middle-class citizens to continue bearing the heavy load of paying taxes.”
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A large amount (of something)
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“I shall grant, Sir, the nation is incumbered with a great load of debts, and the people groan under the burden of their taxes.”
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A large group of people
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“A load of students streamed past the bar, on their way either to their rooms, friends' rooms or the refectory.”
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The impact that something has on its environment
“This is a consequence of the fact that a small sampling interval results in a heavy load on the network.”
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A burden or ordeal that must be endured or overcome
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A cause or source of great distress or discomfort
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The force per unit area exerted by a fluid against a surface with which it is in contact
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A significantly difficult task or experience
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Elements of, or inside, a larger object
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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 circumstance that makes progress or success difficult
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Assigned work
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A disorganized assortment of things
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A portion or serving, especially of food
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Weight
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Something used to pack an object or group of objects
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Good
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An amount of ammunition, or the ammunition itself
Verb
To burden, load or encumber with, literally or figuratively
“At night, they load the poor animal with contraband for a trip across the Spanish border.”
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To fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
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“Volunteers gathered to load the boxes with paper, glue, slime, dirt, straws, and hula hoops.”
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To stick an object or device into a slot, socket or hole
“Then you load the USB stick into the front of the unit and use one of two small pushbuttons to swap between the images.”
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To pressure or make heavy demands on
“He comes home tired, to his dissatisfied wife who now and then begins to load him with problems that have accumulated over the years of family life.”
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To provide in abundance
“The stately waiters then proceed to load the guests with good viands.”
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To prepare or ready a device, especially a firearm or artillery
“I'd read the files, load the handgun he'd provided me with, and prepare for my mission.”
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To bias (the odds) towards a particular outcome
“The issue is that drugs will load the odds against the patient in significant ways.”
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To enter data
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To transfer data from one computer system to another
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Gradually spread through or over
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Start a computer
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To start a computer system
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To move materials with a shovel
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Attack, terrorize
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To alter the content of food or drink by adding ingredients
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To supply or provide with equipment, tools or weapons
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To assign a responsibility, duty, or task to
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To show an inclination for, or against, something
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