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load

 (lōd)
n.
1.
a. A weight or mass that is supported: the load on an arch.
b. The overall force to which a structure is subjected in supporting a weight or mass or in resisting externally applied forces.
2.
a. Something that is carried, as by a vehicle, person, or animal: a load of firewood.
b. The quantity that is or can be carried at one time.
3.
a. The share of work allocated to or required of a person, machine, group, or organization.
b. The demand for services or performance made on a machine or system.
4. The amount of material that can be inserted into a device or machine at one time: The washing machine has a full load.
5.
a. A single charge of ammunition for a firearm.
b. Vulgar Slang An ejaculation of semen.
6.
a. A mental weight or burden: Good news took a load off my mind.
b. A responsibility regarded as oppressive.
7. The external mechanical resistance against which a machine acts.
8. Electricity
a. The power output of a generator or power plant.
b. A device or the resistance of a device to which power is delivered.
9. A fee that a mutual fund charges to an investor when the investor purchases or redeems shares in the fund.
10. often loads Informal A great number or amount: There were loads of people at the parade.
11. Derogatory Slang A heavy or overweight person.
12. Genetic load.
v. load·ed, load·ing, loads
v.tr.
1.
a. To put (something) into or onto a structure or conveyance: loading grain onto a train.
b. To put something into or onto (a structure or conveyance): loaded the tanker with crude oil.
2. To provide or fill nearly to overflowing; heap: loaded the table with food.
3. To give worries or difficulties to; weigh down; burden: was loaded with responsibility.
4. To insert (a necessary material) into a device: loaded film into the camera; loaded rounds into the rifle.
5. To insert a necessary material into: loaded the camera with film.
6. Games To make (dice) heavier on one side by adding weight.
7. To charge with additional meanings, implications, or emotional import: loaded the question to trick the witness.
8. To raise the power demand in (an electrical circuit), as by adding resistance.
9. To increase (an insurance premium or mutual fund share price) by adding expenses or sale costs.
10. Baseball To have or put runners on (first, second, and third base).
11. Computers To transfer (data) from a storage device into a computer's memory.
v.intr.
1. To receive a load: Container ships can load rapidly.
2. To charge a firearm with ammunition.
3. To put or place a load into or onto a structure, device, or conveyance.
4. Computers To be transferred from a storage device into a computer's memory.
Idioms:
get a load of
1. Slang To look at; notice.
2. To listen to: Get a load of this!
have a load on
Slang To be intoxicated.
take a load off
To sit or lie down.

[Middle English lode, alteration (influenced by laden, to load) of lade, course, way, from Old English lād; see leit- in Indo-European roots.]

load

(ləʊd)
n
1. something to be borne or conveyed; weight
2.
a. the usual amount borne or conveyed
b. (in combination): a carload.
3. something that weighs down, oppresses, or burdens: that's a load off my mind.
4. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a single charge of a firearm
5. (General Engineering) the weight that is carried by a structure. See also dead load, live load
6. (Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering electronics
a. a device that receives or dissipates the power from an amplifier, oscillator, generator, or some other source of signals
b. the power delivered by a machine, generator, circuit, etc
7. (General Engineering) the force acting on a component in a mechanism or structure
8. (Automotive Engineering) the resistance overcome by an engine or motor when it is driving a machine, etc
9. (General Engineering) an external force applied to a component or mechanism
10. a load of informal a quantity of: a load of nonsense.
11. get a load of informal pay attention to
12. have a load on slang US and Canadian to be intoxicated
13. shoot one's load slang (of a man) to ejaculate at orgasm
vb (mainly tr)
14. (also intr) to place or receive (cargo, goods, etc) upon (a ship, lorry, etc)
15. to burden or oppress
16. to supply or beset (someone) with in abundance or overwhelmingly: they loaded her with gifts.
17. to cause to be biased: to load a question.
18. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (also intr) to put an ammunition charge into (a firearm)
19. (Photography) photog to position (a film, cartridge, or plate) in (a camera)
20. (Gambling, except Cards) to weight or bias (a roulette wheel, dice, etc)
21. (Insurance) insurance to increase (a premium) to cover expenses, etc
22. (Electrical Engineering) to draw power from (an electrical device, such as a generator)
23. (Nuclear Physics) to add material of high atomic number to (concrete) to increase its effectiveness as a radiation shield
24. (Electrical Engineering) to increase the power output of (an electric circuit)
25. (Automotive Engineering) to increase the work required from (an engine or motor)
26. (General Engineering) to apply force to (a mechanism or component)
27. (Computer Science) computing to transfer (a program) to a memory
28. (Gambling, except Cards) to add weights to dice in order to bias them
29. to arrange to have a favourable or unfavourable position
[Old English lād course; in meaning, influenced by lade1; related to lead1]

load

(loʊd)
n.
1. anything put in or on something for conveyance or transportation; freight; cargo: a truck with a load of watermelons.
2. the quantity that can be or usu. is carried at one time, as in a cart.
3. this quantity taken as a unit of measure or weight (usu. used in combination): carload.
4. burden: a tree weighed down by its load of fruit.
5. the weight supported by a structure or part.
6. the amount of work assigned to or to be done as by a person, team, or mechanical system.
7. something that oppresses like a burden: That's a load off my mind.
8. loads, Informal. a great quantity or number: loads of fun.
9. the charge for a firearm.
10. a commission charged to buyers of mutual-fund shares.
11. any of the unmoving and unvarying forces that a structure is designed to oppose, as stress from wind or earthquake.
12.
a. the power delivered by a generator, motor, power station, or transformer.
b. a device that receives power.
13. the external resistance overcome by an engine, dynamo, or the like, under given conditions, measured and expressed in terms of the power required.
14. Slang. a sufficient amount of liquor drunk to cause intoxication: He's got a load on tonight.
v.t.
15. to put a load on or in; fill: to load a ship.
16. to supply abundantly, lavishly, or excessively with something (often fol. by down): They loaded us down with gifts.
17. to weigh down, burden, or oppress (often fol. by down): to load oneself down with obligations.
18. to insert a charge, projectile, etc., into (a firearm).
19. to place (film, tape, etc.) into a camera or other device.
20. to place film, tape, etc., into (a camera or other device).
21. to take on as a load: a ship loading coal.
22. to add to the weight of, sometimes fraudulently: The silver candlesticks were loaded with lead.
23. to increase (the net premium of an insurance policy) by adding charges, as for expenses.
24. to overcharge (a word, expression, etc.) with extraneous values of emotion, sentiment, or the like.
25. to add additional or prejudicial meaning to (a statement, question, etc.): The attorney kept loading his questions in the hope of getting the reply he wanted.
26. Baseball. to have or put runners at (first, second, and third bases): to load the bases with two out in the eighth inning.
27.
a. to bring (a program or data) into a computer's RAM, as from a disk, so as to make it available for processing.
b. to place (an input/output medium) into an appropriate device, as by inserting a disk into a disk drive.
28. to add (a power-absorbing device) to an electric circuit.
v.i.
29. to put on or take on a load, as of passengers or goods: All trucks load at the platform.
30. to load a firearm.
31. to enter a conveyance: The students loaded quickly into the buses.
32. to become filled or occupied.
adv.
33. loads, Informal. very much.
Idioms:
get a load of, Slang. to look at or listen to.
[before 1000; Middle English lode (n.)]
load′er, n.

load

(lōd)
1. The resistance that a machine must overcome in order to work.
2. The power output of a generator or power plant.

load

The total weight of passengers and/or freight carried on board a ship, aircraft, train, road vehicle, or other means of conveyance. See also airlift capability; airlift requirement; allowable load.

Load

 a great amount; quantity. See also burden, charge.
Examples: load of public abhorrence, 1855; of care, 1791; of drunks—Lipton, 1970; of guilt; of sorrow, 1799; of troubles; of waters, 1698; of woes, 1593.

load


Past participle: loaded
Gerund: loading

Imperative
load
load
Present
I load
you load
he/she/it loads
we load
you load
they load
Preterite
I loaded
you loaded
he/she/it loaded
we loaded
you loaded
they loaded
Present Continuous
I am loading
you are loading
he/she/it is loading
we are loading
you are loading
they are loading
Present Perfect
I have loaded
you have loaded
he/she/it has loaded
we have loaded
you have loaded
they have loaded
Past Continuous
I was loading
you were loading
he/she/it was loading
we were loading
you were loading
they were loading
Past Perfect
I had loaded
you had loaded
he/she/it had loaded
we had loaded
you had loaded
they had loaded
Future
I will load
you will load
he/she/it will load
we will load
you will load
they will load
Future Perfect
I will have loaded
you will have loaded
he/she/it will have loaded
we will have loaded
you will have loaded
they will have loaded
Future Continuous
I will be loading
you will be loading
he/she/it will be loading
we will be loading
you will be loading
they will be loading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been loading
you have been loading
he/she/it has been loading
we have been loading
you have been loading
they have been loading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been loading
you will have been loading
he/she/it will have been loading
we will have been loading
you will have been loading
they will have been loading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been loading
you had been loading
he/she/it had been loading
we had been loading
you had been loading
they had been loading
Conditional
I would load
you would load
he/she/it would load
we would load
you would load
they would load
Past Conditional
I would have loaded
you would have loaded
he/she/it would have loaded
we would have loaded
you would have loaded
they would have loaded

load

To put a program into a computer’s memory from disk.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.load - weight to be borne or conveyedload - weight to be borne or conveyed  
burthen - a variant of `burden'
dead load - a constant load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) due to the weight of the supported structure itself
live load, superload - a variable load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) such as moving traffic
millstone - any load that is difficult to carry
overburden, overload - an excessive burden
overload - an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power
weight - an artifact that is heavy
2.load - a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time; "the system broke down under excessive loads"
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
trainload - quantity that can be carried by a train
3.load - goods carried by a large vehicleload - goods carried by a large vehicle  
merchandise, product, ware - commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
4.load - an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate; "he got a load on and started a brawl"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
5.load - the power output of a generator or power plant
electric power, electrical power, wattage - the product of voltage and current
6.load - an onerous or difficult concernload - an onerous or difficult concern; "the burden of responsibility"; "that's a load off my mind"
headache, worry, vexation, concern - something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness; "New York traffic is a constant concern"; "it's a major worry"
dead weight - an oppressive encumbrance
fardel - a burden (figuratively in the form of a bundle)
imposition - an uncalled-for burden; "he listened but resented the imposition"
pill - something unpleasant or offensive that must be tolerated or endured; "his competitor's success was a bitter pill to take"
7.load - a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocksload - a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
alluviation, deposit, sedimentation - the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
champion lode, mother lode - the main vein of ore in a deposit
8.load - the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agentsload - the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents
atomic warhead, nuclear warhead, nuke, thermonuclear warhead - the warhead of a missile designed to deliver an atom bomb
explosive - a chemical substance that undergoes a rapid chemical change (with the production of gas) on being heated or struck
guided missile - a rocket-propelled missile whose path can be controlled during flight either by radio signals or by internal homing devices
9.load - electrical device to which electrical power is delivered
electrical device - a device that produces or is powered by electricity
Verb1.load - fill or place a load on; "load a car"; "load the truck with hay"
fill, fill up, make full - make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
load down, pack - load with a pack
bomb up - load an aircraft with bombs
overcharge, overload, surcharge - place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
reload - place a new load on; "The movers reloaded the truck"
stack - load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes"
2.load - provide (a device) with something necessary; "He loaded his gun carefully"; "load the camera"
fill, fill up, make full - make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
recharge, reload - load anew; "She reloaded the gun carefully"
3.load - transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
transfer - move from one place to another; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
4.load - put (something) on a structure or conveyance; "load the bags onto the trucks"
lay, place, put, set, position, pose - put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
5.load - corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones; "adulterate liquor"
stretch, extend - increase in quantity or bulk by adding a cheaper substance; "stretch the soup by adding some more cream"; "extend the casserole with a little rice"
spoil, corrupt - alter from the original
water down - thin by adding water to; "They watered down the moonshine"
doctor, doctor up, sophisticate - alter and make impure, as with the intention to deceive; "Sophisticate rose water with geraniol"

load

verb
1. fill, stuff, pack, pile, stack, heap, cram, freight, lade The three men had finished loading the truck.
2. pack, store, stuff, deposit, stack, put away, stow They had loaded all their equipment into the back of the truck.
3. make ready, charge, prime, prepare to fire I knew how to load and handle a gun.
4. insert, place, put in, stick in, pop in (informal) A technician loads a videotape onto one of the machines.
noun
1. cargo, lading, delivery, haul, shipment, batch, freight, bale, consignment He drove by with a big load of hay.
2. (Informal) large amount, a lot, mass, ocean, pile (informal), great deal, quantity, stacks, abundance They came up with a load of embarrassing information.
3. oppression, charge, pressure, worry, trouble, weight, responsibility, burden, affliction, onus, albatross, millstone, encumbrance, incubus High blood pressure imposes an extra load on the heart.
load someone down burden, worry, trouble, hamper, oppress, weigh down, saddle with, encumber, snow under I'm loaded down with work at the moment.

load

noun
1. Something carried physically:
Sports: impost.
2. A quantity of explosive put into a weapon:
3. Informal. An indeterminately great amount or number.Often used in plural:
jillion, million (often used in plural), multiplicity, ream, trillion.
Informal: bushel, gob (often used in plural), heap (often used in plural), lot, oodles, passel, peck, scad (often used in plural), slew, wad, zillion.
verb
1. To place a burden or heavy load on:
2. To make or become full; put as much into as can be held:
3. To fill to overflowing:
4. To fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly:
Informal: jam-pack.
5. To put (explosive material) into a weapon:
6. To give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly:
Idiom: give a false coloring to.
7. To make impure or inferior by deceptively adding foreign substances:
Translations
حُمولَهشُحْنَةٌشَحْنَهشَحْنَه كهربائِيَّه، قُوَّهكميَّه كبيرَه
nákladnaložitspoustazatíženínabít
læsselastbelastningen masselade
kooremlaadimalaadunglast
kuormalastatalastiladata
terettovariti
megrakmegtöltrakrakodikrakomány
álagbyrîi; hlassfullt afhlaîahlaîa, ferma
荷を積む
싣다
įdėti filmąįkrovapakrautassu filmuužtaisytas
elektriskās strāvas stiprumsiekrautieliktkrautkrava
ładunekzaładowaćobciążaćobciążeniewgrać
založiť film
nabitinaložitinatovoritipolnititovor
lastlasta
น้ำหนักบรรทุกบรรทุกสินค้า
bốc hàng lênvật nặng

load

[ləʊd]
A. N
1. (= cargo) → carga f; (= weight) → peso m
the lorry had a full loadel camión iba lleno
I put another load in the washing machinepuse otra colada a lavar or en la lavadora
I had three loads of coal deliveredme repartieron tres cargas de carbón
they were forced to carry heavy loadsles obligaron a cargar con pesos pesados
"maximum load: 17 tons"carga máxima: 17 toneladas
see also shed 1 1
2. (fig) (= burden) → carga f
he finds his new responsibilities a heavy loadsus nuevas responsabilidades le resultan una gran carga
she's taking some of the load off the secretariesestá aligerándoles la carga de trabajo a las secretarias
that's (taken) a load off my mind!¡eso me quita un peso de encima!
see also caseload, workload
3. (Elec, Tech) (also of firearm) → carga f
4. loadscantidad f, un montón
we've got loads of timetenemos cantidad or un montón de tiempo
I've got loads (of them) at hometengo cantidad or un montón en casa
5. a load of >: the book is a load of rubbishel libro es una basura, el libro no vale nada
he talks a load of rubbishno dice más que tonterías
they're just a load of kidsno son más que un hatajo or una panda de críos
get a load of this! (= look) → ¡échale un vistazo a esto!, ¡mírame esto!; (= listen) → ¡escucha esto!
B. VT
1. [+ lorry, washing machine, gun, camera] → cargar
the gun is not loadedla pistola no está cargada
do you know how to load this program? (Comput) → ¿sabes cómo cargar este programa?
2. (= weigh down)
to be loaded with sth we're loaded with debtsestamos cargados or agobiados de deudas
the branch was loaded with fruitla rama estaba cargada de fruta
her words were loaded with meaningsus palabras estaban llenas or cargadas de significado
the whole thing is loaded with problemsel asunto está erizado de dificultades
3. (= bias)
the dice were loadedlos dados estaban cargados
the dice are loaded against him (fig) → todo está en su contra
the situation is loaded in our favourla situación se inclina a nuestro favor
C. VI
1. [lorry, ship] → cargar
"loading and unloading"permitido carga y descarga
2. [gun, camera] → cargarse
how does this gun/camera load?¿cómo se carga esta pistola/cámara?
3. [person] → cargar
load!¡carguen armas!
D. CPD load factor N (Elec, Aer) → factor m de carga
load line N (Naut) → línea f de carga
load down VT + ADV to be loaded down with sth: she was loaded down with shoppingiba cargada de bolsas de la compra
we're loaded down with workestamos hasta arriba de trabajo
he was loaded down with debtestaba cargado or agobiado de deudas
load up
A. VT + ADV [+ vehicle, animal, person] → cargar (with de)
B. VI + ADV [vehicle] → cargarse; [person] → cargar
to load up on sthcargarse de algo

load

[ˈləʊd]
n
(= thing carried) (by lorry, ship, plane)chargement m; (by person)charge f
a man carrying a heavy load → un homme portant une lourde charge
[washing]
I did three loads of washing → J'ai fait trois machines.
(= workload) → charge f de travail
(ELECTRICITY, ELECTRONICS)charge
(= lot) a load of → un tas de
a load of kids → un tas de gamins
a load of nonsense → un tas d'âneries
Personally, I think that's a load of garbage! → Personnellement, je trouve que c'est un tas d'âneries!, Personnellement, je trouve que c'est n'importe quoi!
You're talking a load of rubbish!
BUT Tu ne dis que des bêtises!.
(= lots) loads of [+ things, people] → des tas de
loads of people → des tas de gens
loads of money → un tas d'argent
vt
[+ lorry, ship] → charger
They came to load the van → Ils sont venus charger la camionnette.
to load sth with → charger qch avec
[+ gun, camera] → charger
to load one's camera with film → charger son appareil
A photographer from the newspaper was loading his camera with film → Un photographe du journal était en train de charger son appareil.
to load one's camera with high-speed film → charger son appareil avec un film à haute sensibilité
[+ plate] → charger
He had loaded his plate with lasagne → Il avait chargé son assiette de lasagnes.
[+ paintbrush, roller] → charger
(COMPUTING) [+ program] → charger
to load data on a computer → charger des données dans un ordinateurload-bearing [ˈləʊdbɛərɪŋ] adjporteur/euse

load

n
(= sth carried, burden)Last f; (= cargo)Ladung f; (on girder, axle etc, fig) → Belastung f, → Last f; what sort of load was the ship/truck carrying?was hatte das Schiff/der Lastwagen geladen?; to put a load on somethingetw belasten; to put too heavy a load on somethingetw überlasten; the maximum load for that bridge is 10 tonsdie maximale Tragkraft or -fähigkeit dieser Brücke beträgt 10 Tonnen; an arm-load of shoppingein Arm voll Einkäufe; a train-load of passengersein Zug voll Reisender; (work) load(Arbeits)pensum nt; he has a heavy teaching load this termer hat in diesem Semester eine hohe Stundenzahl; he carries a heavy load of responsibilityer trägt eine schwere Verantwortung; I put a load in the washing machineich habe die Maschine mit Wäsche gefüllt; that’s a load off my mind!da fällt mir ein Stein vom Herzen!; to take a load off somebody’s mindjdm eine Last von der Seele nehmen
(Elec) (supplied) → Leistung f; (carried) → Spannung f
(inf usages) loads of, a load ofmassenhaft (inf), → jede Menge (inf); thanks, we have loadsdanke, wir haben jede Menge (inf); it’s a load of old rubbish (Brit) → das ist alles Blödsinn (inf)or Quatsch (inf); (film, book, translation) → das ist alles Mist! (inf); to take on a load(ganz schön) einen heben (inf); get a load of this! (= listen)hör dir das mal an!; (= look)guck dir das mal an! (inf)
vt
goodsladen; lorry etcbeladen; the ship was loaded with bananasdas Schiff hatte Bananen geladen
(= burden, weigh down)beladen; the branch was loaded with pearsder Ast war mit Birnen überladen
(fig)überhäufen; to load somebody with honours (Brit) or honors (US) → jdn mit Ehrungen überschütten or -häufen; the whole matter is loaded with problemsdie Angelegenheit steckt voller Probleme; they were loaded with debtsie steckten tief in Schulden
gunladen; to load a cameraeinen Film (in einen Fotoapparat) einlegen; is this camera loaded?ist ein Film im Apparat?
dicefälschen, präparieren; to load the dice (fig)mit gezinkten Karten spielen; to load the dice against somebody (fig)jdn übervorteilen; (= be a disadvantage)ein Nachteil mfür jdn sein; the dice had been loaded against him (fig)alles sprach gegen ihn
(Comput) → laden
vi
(= load goods, truck)laden; “loading and unloading”„Be- und Entladen
(= load gun)laden; (= load camera)einen Film einlegen; load!Gewehr(e) laden!; how does this gun load?wie lädt man dieses Gewehr?; how does this camera load?wie legt man einen Film in diesen Apparat ein?
(Comput) → laden

load

:
load-bearing
adj walltragend
load capacity
n (Elec) → Belastung(sfähigkeit) f; (of lorry)maximale Nutzlast
load centre, (US) load center
load displacement
n (Naut) → Ladeverdrängung f

load

:
load line
nLadelinie f
load space
n (Aut etc) → Ladefläche f
loadstar
loadstone

load

[ləʊd]
1. n
a. (Elec, Tech) (burden) → carico; (weight) → peso
b. (fig) that's (taken) a load off my mindmi sono tolto un peso
loads of, a load of (fam) → un sacco or un mucchio di
it's a load of old rubbish (fam) → sono un mucchio di sciocchezze
2. vt (also load up) to load (with) (lorry, ship) → caricare (di); (gun, camera) to load (with)caricare (con)
he's loaded (down) with debts/worries → è carico di debiti/preoccupazioni
to load a program (Comput) → caricare un programma

load

(ləud) noun
1. something which is being carried. The lorry had to stop because its load had fallen off; She was carrying a load of groceries.
2. as much as can be carried at one time. two lorry-loads of earth.
3. a large amount. He talked a load of rubbish; We ate loads of ice-cream.
4. the power carried by an electric circuit. The wires were designed for a load of 15 amps.
verb
1. to take or put on what is to be carried (especially if heavy). They loaded the luggage into the car; The lorry was loading when they arrived.
2. to put ammunition into (a gun). He loaded the revolver and fired.
3. to put film into (a camera).
ˈloaded adjective
1. carrying a load. a loaded van.
2. (of a gun) containing ammunition. a loaded pistol.
3. (of a camera) containing film.

load

شُحْنَةٌ, يَشْحَنُ náklad, naložit læsse, last beladen, Last φορτίο, φορτώνω carga, cargar kuorma, lastata charge, charger teret, tovariti caricare, carico, 荷を積む 싣다, 짐 laden, vracht last, laste ładunek, załadować carga, carregar груз, грузить last, lasta น้ำหนักบรรทุก, บรรทุกสินค้า yük, yüklemek bốc hàng lên, vật nặng 装载, 负荷

load

n. carga, peso;
___ dosedosis de ___;
v. cargar, recargar.

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n carga; viral — carga viral
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Gondola after gondola swept up to the marble steps, and left its lovely load to swell the brilliant throng that filled the stately halls of Count Adelon.
The old man with his absurdly boyish mind had a dozen long boards on the wheelbarrow, and, as he hurried along the road, balanced the load with extreme nicety.
asked Tom of Professor Bumper one day, when the latter was at the top of a shaft waiting for a bucket load of dirt to be hoisted up.
After he had shown us his garden, Peter trundled a load of watermelons up the hill in his wheelbarrow.
One fierce and wild- looking warrior approached the chief, bearing a load of the brush, and pointing exultingly to the deep red stains with which it was sprinkled, uttered his joy in Indian yells, whose meaning Heyward was only enabled to comprehend by the frequent repetition of the name "La Longue Carabine
A huge load of oak-wood was passing through the gateway, towards the outbuildings in the rear; the fat cook--or probably it might be the housekeeper--stood at the side door, bargaining for some turkeys and poultry which a countryman had brought for sale.
As an overladen Indiaman bearing down the Hindostan coast with a deck load of frightened horses, careens, buries, rolls, and wallows on her way; so did this old whale heave his aged bulk, and now and then partly turning over on his cumbrous rib-ends, expose the cause of his devious wake in the unnatural stump of his starboard fin.
Ned started off very slowly with his sad load, and Robert came and looked at my foot again; then he took his handkerchief and bound it closely round, and so he led me home.
The trucks were all of iron, and heavy, and they put about threescore hams on each of them, a load of more than a quarter of a ton.
The heaviest load on his mind, after his conversation with the trader, lay in the foreseen necessity of breaking to his wife the arrangement contemplated,--meeting the importunities and opposition which he knew he should have reason to encounter.
already I shudder for these comparatively degenerate days of my native village, when you cannot collect a load of bark of good thickness, and we no longer produce tar and turpentine.
Begin over again; start fair, and shake out all your reefs, and I will load my pipe and give good attention.