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load·ed

 (lō′dĭd)
adj.
1. Carrying a load.
2. Equipped with many accessories or features: bought a fully loaded minivan.
3. Having ammunition in the firing chamber or magazine. Used of a firearm: a loaded gun.
4. Unbalanced because of added weight. Used of dice.
5. Having great meaning, seriousness, or implication: He asked the loaded question if they should take one car or two.
6. Slang Drunk or intoxicated.
7. Slang Having a great deal of money; rich.

loaded

(ˈləʊdɪd)
adj
1. carrying a load
2. (Gambling, except Cards) (of dice, a roulette wheel, etc) weighted or otherwise biased
3. (of a question or statement) containing a hidden trap or implication
4. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) charged with ammunition
5. (Nuclear Physics) (of concrete) containing heavy metals, esp iron or lead, for use in making radiation shields
6. slang wealthy
7. (postpositive) slang chiefly
a. drunk
b. drugged; influenced by drugs

load•ed

(ˈloʊ dɪd)

adj.
1. (of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotions or associations.
2. Slang.
a. rich.
b. intoxicated.
3. including many extra features or accessories.
[1655–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.loaded - filled with a great quantity; "a tray loaded with dishes"; "table laden with food"; "`ladened' is not current usage"
full - containing as much or as many as is possible or normal; "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"
2.loaded - (of weapons) charged with ammunition; "a loaded gun"
unloaded - (of weapons) not charged with ammunition; "many people are killed by guns thought to be unloaded"
3.loaded - (of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence; "a loaded question"
discriminatory, prejudiced - being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand; "a prejudiced judge"
4.loaded - having an abundant supply of money or possessions of valueloaded - having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value; "an affluent banker"; "a speculator flush with cash"; "not merely rich but loaded"; "moneyed aristocrats"; "wealthy corporations"
rich - possessing material wealth; "her father is extremely rich"; "many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles"
5.loaded - very drunkloaded - very drunk        
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
drunk, inebriated, intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

loaded

adjective
1. laden, full, charged, filled, weighted, burdened, freighted shoppers loaded with bags
2. charged, armed, primed, at the ready, ready to shoot or fire He turned up on her doorstep with a loaded gun.
4. biased, weighted, rigged, distorted The press is loaded in favour of the government.
5. (Slang) rich, wealthy, affluent, well off, rolling (slang), flush (informal), well-heeled (informal), well-to-do, moneyed Her new boyfriend's absolutely loaded.

loaded

adjective
1. Burdened by a weighty load:
2. Mixed with other substances:
3. Slang. Stupefied, excited, or muddled with alcoholic liquor:
Informal: cockeyed, stewed.
Idioms: drunk as a skunk, half-seas over, high as a kite, in one's cups, three sheets in the wind.
4. Slang. Possessing a large amount of money, land, or other material possessions:
Idioms: having money to burn, in the money, made of money, rolling in money.
Translations
مُحَمَّلمَشْحون، مُعَبَّأيَحْتوي على فيلم
nabitýnaložený
ladtlæssetmed film i
be van töltvemegtöltött
hlaîinnhlaîinn, fullfermdur
nabitý
nabitnaložen

loaded

[ˈləʊdɪd] ADJ
1. [gun, camera, vehicle] → cargado
2. [remark, question] → lleno de implicaciones, cargado de implicaciones
3. (= weighted) [dice] → cargado
4. (= rich) to be loadedestar forrado de dinero, estar podrido de dinero
5. (= drunk) to be loadedestar como una cuba, estar tomado (LAm)
6. to be loaded for bear (US) → estar preparado para el ataque

loaded

[ˈləʊdɪd] adj
[gun] → chargé(e)
[tray, trolley] → chargé(e)
loaded with sth → chargé(e) de qch
a trolley loaded with luggage → un chariot chargé de bagages
(fig) (= full of) to be loaded with sth → être lourd(e) de qch
The phrase is loaded with irony → L'expression est lourde d'ironie.
The President's visit is loaded with symbolic significance → La visite du président est lourde de signification symbolique.
(= biased) to be loaded in favour of sb → être favorable à qn
to be loaded against sb → être défavorable à qn loaded question
[dice] the dice are loaded (lit)les dés sont pipés (fig)les dés sont pipés
The dice are loaded against them → Les dés sont pipés contre eux.
The dice are loaded in their favour → Les dés sont pipés en leur faveur.
(= rich) → bourré(e) de fric
(= drunk) → bourré(e) loaded question nquestion f tendancieuse

loaded

adjbeladen; dicefalsch, präpariert; cameramit eingelegtem Film; gun, softwaregeladen; the dice are loaded in their favour (Brit) or favor (US) /against them (fig)alles spricht für/gegen sie; a loaded questioneine Fangfrage; that’s a loaded word/termdas ist kein neutrales Wort/kein neutraler Ausdruck; emotionally loaded (word, speech)emotional aufgeladen; he’s loaded (inf) (= rich)er ist stink- or steinreich (inf), → er schwimmt im Geld (inf); (= drunk)der hat einen in der Krone (inf)

loaded

[ˈləʊdɪd] adj
a. a loaded questionuna domanda tendenziosa
b. (dice) → truccato/a
the dice are loaded against him (fig) → ha tutto contro di lui
c. to be loaded (fam) (rich) → essere pieno/a di soldi

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.
References in classic literature ?
At sunset the tent was struck, hampers packed, wickets pulled up, boats loaded, and the whole party floated down the river, singing at the tops of their voices.
When the rumble of the evening train that took away the express cars loaded with the day's harvest of berries had passed and restored the silence of the summer night, he went again to walk upon the veranda.
He was up early the next morning, for they were to leave that day, and there was still considerable to be done in seeing that their baggage and supplies were safely loaded, and in attending to the last details of some business matters.
Behind them, the curvature of the banks soon bounded the view by the same dark and wooded outline; but in front, and apparently at no great distance, the water seemed piled against the heavens, whence it tumbled into caverns, out of which issued those sullen sounds that had loaded the evening atmosphere.
They carried this expedition so secretly, that the unwary inhabitants did not discover them, until they fired upon the forts; and, not being prepared to oppose them, were obliged to surrender themselves miserable captives to barbarous savages, who immediately after tomahawked one man and two women, and loaded all the others with heavy baggage, forcing them along toward their towns, able or unable to march.
Nay, his busy fancy already realized his hopes, and presented to him the blooming Katrina, with a whole family of children, mounted on the top of a wagon loaded with household trumpery, with pots and kettles dangling beneath; and he beheld himself bestriding a pacing mare, with a colt at her heels, setting out for Kentucky, Tennessee, --or the Lord knows where!
He kept a whole row of pipes there ready loaded, stuck in a rack, within easy reach of his hand; and, whenever he turned in, he smoked them all out in succession, lighting one from the other to the end of the chapter; then loading them again to be in readiness anew.
He clutched it in an instant, seized the boat-knife, and impaling the letter on it, sent it thus loaded back into the ship.
Some of the sights I saw there, where a horse had to come downhill with a heavily loaded two-wheel cart behind him, on which no brake could be placed, make me sad even now to think of.
It was near to the east entrance that they stood, and all along this east side of the yards ran the railroad tracks, into which the cars were run, loaded with cattle.
She would walk straight down into a well, or up to a loaded cannon's mouth, if she were only quite sure that there the path lay.
Hardly a month went by without one of these tramps arriving; and generally loaded with a tale about some princess or other wanting help to get her out of some far-away castle where she was held in captivity by a lawless scoundrel, usually a giant.