heavily-laden

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heavily-laden

[ˌhɛvɪlɪˈleɪdn] adj(molto) carico/a
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The slanting light of the setting sun quivers on the sea-like expanse of the river; the shivery canes, and the tall, dark cypress, hung with wreaths of dark, funereal moss, glow in the golden ray, as the heavily-laden steamboat marches onward.
Recalled by the rumbling of wheels to the road before me, I saw a heavily-laden waggon labouring up the hill, and not far beyond were two cows and their drover.
Down the dusty high roads defiled long streams of heavily-laden mules, all heading to the west, for the gold fever had broken out in California, and the Overland Route lay through the City of the Elect.
Road transport dominates Pakistan's transport system, but much of the national highway network was built before the 1950s and consists of poor-quality two-lane roads which struggle to cope with current high levels of traffic, including heavily-laden freight trucks, said Zheng Wu,
The biggest problem with the heavily-laden lorries which use the A55 in their tens of thousands every day, is the sheer number which fail basic safety tests.
This year's Candidates Tournament in Khanty-Mansiysk has been one of the most heavily-laden with top chess talent ever.
It's long since been proven that those "crumbs" that were supposedly to fall off that heavily-laden table for us lot underneath just ain't happening.
The heavily-laden delivery van was taken from Hill Street in the city centre at about 3.
The heavily-laden boughs were a legacy to the fine start to June when the trees and bushes flowered much later than usual.
His helpers loaded the hold with thousands of presents and hitched his heavily-laden sleigh to the back of the plane at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex.
Officers on the ground became suspicious when they saw two heavily-laden estate cars in convoy in Wooton Wawen in the south of the county at 2am on Tuesday.
Heavily-laden wagons lumbered between ship and warehouse.