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arm·load

 (ärm′lōd′)
n.
The amount that can be carried in one arm or both arms: an armload of laundry.

armload

(ˈɑːmləʊd)
n
another term for armful

arm•ful

(ˈɑrmˌfʊl)

n., pl. -fuls.
the amount one or both arms can hold.
[1570–80]
usage: See -ful.
Translations

armload

[ˈɑːrmləʊd] n (= armful) → brassée f
He was carrying an armload of books
BUT Il avait des livres plein les bras.
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