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- (countable) A load is something carried, often something heavy.
- The truck arrived with a load of dog food.
- You've got quite a load. Let me help you carry it.
- The ship won't leave until it has a full load of oil.
- Loads/a load of something is a lot of it.
- We've had a load of problems ever since we got the new stuff.
- It costs loads of money.
- (uncountable) Your load is how much work you have.
- We hired another person to spread the load a bit more.
- Teachers are asking for a lower teaching load.
- (uncountable) Load is the amount electrical power produced.
- (transitive & intransitive) If you load on , you put on to be carried. Usually there is a lot of , and/or it is heavy.
- We loaded the boxes on the truck and set off for Vancouver.
- After loading' up the horses, we got on and headed north.
- The waiter loaded all the food onto a tray and carried it out.
- (transitive) If you load a machine, you put in supplies that the machine uses.
- He loaded the gun, brought it up, and shot the deer in one continuous motion.
- All the software has been loaded onto the computer.