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  • 21load something down (with something) — ˌload sb/sth ˈdown (with sth) derived usually passive to give sb/sth a lot of heavy things to carry Syn: weigh down • She was loaded down with bags of groceries. Main entry: ↑load …

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  • 22Down (Stone Temple Pilots song) — Down Single by Stone Temple Pilots from the album No. 4 B side …

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  • 23load — n: an amount added (as to the price of a security or the net premium in insurance) to represent selling expense and profit to the distributor compare no load Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. load …

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  • 24Down Fall the Good Guys — Studio album by Wolfsbane Released 1991 …

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  • 25load — loadless, adj. /lohd/, n. 1. anything put in or on something for conveyance or transportation; freight; cargo: The truck carried a load of watermelons. 2. the quantity that can be or usually is carried at one time, as in a cart. 3. this quantity… …

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  • 26Load following power plant — A load following power plant is a power plant that adjusts its power output as demand for electricity fluctuates throughout the day. Load following plants are in between base load and peaking power plants in efficiency, speed of startup and… …

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  • 27load — [[t]loʊd[/t]] n. 1) anything put in or on something for conveyance or transportation; freight; cargo: a truck with a load of watermelons[/ex] 2) the quantity that can be or usu. is carried at one time, as in a cart 3) this quantity taken as a… …

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  • 28load — 1 noun (C) 1 AMOUNT OF STH a large quantity of something that is carried by a vehicle, person etc: Take this load of wood over to the barn. see also: shed its load shed 2 (8) 2 a load/loads (of sth) informal especially BrE a lot of something: We… …

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  • 29load — /loʊd / (say lohd) noun 1. that which is laid on or placed in anything for conveyance. 2. a. the quantity that can be or usually is carried, as in a cart: to take several loads to the tip. b. (often in compounds such as carload, truckload) this… …

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  • 30load — I. noun Etymology: Middle English lod, from Old English lād support, carrying more at lode Date: 12th century 1. a. the quantity that can be carried at one time by a specified means; especially a measured quantity of a commodity fixed for each… …

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  • 31Load (album) — Infobox Album Name = Load Type = studio Artist = Metallica Released = June 4, 1996 Recorded = May 1995 – February 1996 at The Plant Studios, in Sausalito, California Length = 78:59 Label = Elektra Producer = Bob Rock, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich… …

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  • 32load*/*/ — [ləʊd] noun [C] I 1) something that a person, animal, or vehicle carries a lorry carrying a load of wood[/ex] 2) an amount of work that a person, piece of equipment, or system has to do at one time Syn: workload Teaching loads have increased this …

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  • 33load — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. burden; cargo, lading, shipment; charge. See gravity, transportation. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A physical burden] Syn. weight, encumbrance, carload, wagonload, hindrance, shipload, parcel, pressure,… …

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  • 34Load profile — In electrical engineering, a load profile is a graph of the variation in the electrical load versus time. A load profile will vary according to customer type (typical examples include residential, commercial and industrial), temperature and… …

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  • 35load — 01. We re going to [load] up the truck tonight, and then move everything to our new place in the morning. 02. I really [loaded] my plate at the buffet. 03. We [loaded] all our stuff into the car, and left for the campsite around noon. 04. He was… …

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  • 36load — {{11}}load (n.) that which is laid upon a person or beast, burden, c.1200, from O.E. lad way, course, carrying, from P.Gmc. *laitho (Cf. O.H.G. leita, Ger. leite, O.N. leið way, course ); related to O.E. lædan to guide, from PIE *leit to go forth …

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  • 37load — n 1. contents, merchandise, goods, stuff; burden, charge, weight; boatload, shipload, Chiefly U.S. carload, wagonload, truckload; lading, U.S. and Canada. freight, freightage, haul. 2. burden, weight, onus, cross, millstone, albatross; duty,… …

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  • 38down — cam·per·down; down; down·cast·ness; down·come; down·gone; down·heart·ed·ness; down·i·ly; down·i·ness; down·land; down·less; down·looked; down·most; down·ness; down·right·ly; down·set; down·some; down·to·ni·an; down·trod·den; down·with; gae·down;… …

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  • 39load — 1. noun 1) he has a load to deliver Syn: cargo, freight, a consignment, a delivery, a shipment, goods, merchandise; a pack, a bundle, a parcel; a truckload, a shipload, a boatload, a vanload 2) informal …

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  • 40load — 1. noun 1) MacDowell s got a load to deliver Syn: cargo, freight, consignment, delivery, shipment, goods, pack, bundle, parcel 2) a heavy teaching load Syn: commitment, respon …

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