backload


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backload

(ˈbækˌləʊd)
n
a load carried by a lorry on a return journey
vb (tr)
to load (a lorry) for a return journey
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1 truck carrying lorry with 26 tons of backload, telescopic arms, 5-12 m3 containers, built on three axle chassis,
Caption: An M1126 Stryker is lowered into general purpose, heavy lift ship MV OCEAN GLORY during a backload of equipment at Chuk Samet, here, from exercise Hanuman Guardian, July 12.
The idea is to backload the hard work so that staff is never seen struggling in front of a guest.
The 11-strong team from GAC's Labuan office worked with the Oil & Gas Projects Department in Kuala Lumpur led by Key Account Manager Rahul Bhoj 36 hours round-the-clock to complete the first major backload and loadout job, which included the chartering of an offshore support vessel and project cargo moves.
On another note, Downie said that when we look at the exchange rate policy, it is really going to backload the effect to next year with the expected devaluation next week.
parties' interest to backload the most relevant (i.
Just as Maxwell was eyeing his opportunity to backload the innings - having hit two sixes and a four from the last three balls of a Moeen over which cost 19 - he aimed a full delivery from Finn to leg and went lbw for 49.
Wineries are indicating they are still dealing with a backload of bulk wine and plenty of contracted grapes.
The tax system is a pay-as-you-go regime and you cannot backload your estimated taxes.
iv) Discharge and backload cargo at offshore location(s).
Loan principal reductions are inefficient at addressing cash flow issues, because they backload payment reductions, but they are effective at addressing the risk of strategic defaults in the later period (though not the initial period) that lenders face.