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  • 1load down — index weigh Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2load down — phrasal verb [transitive, usually passive] Word forms load down : present tense I/you/we/they load down he/she/it loads down present participle loading down past tense loaded down past participle loaded down 1) if you are loaded down with a lot… …

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  • 3load down — v. (d; tr.) to load down with * * * (d;tr.) to load down with …

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  • 4load down — PHRASAL VERB If you load someone down with things, especially heavy things, you give them a large number of them or put a large number of them on them. [V n P with n] She loaded me down with around a dozen cassettes... [V ed P] They had come up… …

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  • 5load down — verb load with a pack • Syn: ↑pack • Derivationally related forms: ↑pack (for: ↑pack) • Hypernyms: ↑load, ↑lade, ↑laden …

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  • 6load down with — [phrasal verb] load (someone or something) down with (something) : to cause or force (someone or something) to accept or deal with (something difficult) usually used as (be) loaded down with The company is loaded down with debt. [=is burdened… …

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  • 7down|load — «DOWN LOHD», noun, transitive verb, intransitive verb. –n. 1. an instance or act of downloading 2. the file obtained in this way. –transitive verb, intransitive verb. 1. to transmit information from a databank to a terminal …

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  • 8load — load1 W3S2 [ləud US loud] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(amount of something)¦ 2 a load (of something) 3 a bus load/car load/truck load etc 4 a load of crap/bull etc 5¦(work)¦ 6¦(worry)¦ 7¦(washing)¦ 8 get a load of somebody/something 9¦ …

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  • 9load — load1 [ loud ] noun *** 1. ) count something that a person or animal carries, especially a large amount of things: The men were struggling with their heavy loads. a ) count the goods that a vehicle carries: load of: She drove back from the farm… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 10load — [[t]lo͟ʊd[/t]] ♦♦♦ loads, loading, loaded 1) VERB If you load a vehicle or a container, you put a large quantity of things into it. [V n] The three men seemed to have finished loading the truck... [V n with n] Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with …

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  • 11load — I UK [ləʊd] / US [loʊd] noun Word forms load : singular load plural loads *** 1) [countable] something that a person or animal carries, especially a large amount of things The men were struggling with their heavy loads. a) [countable] the goods… …

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  • 12load — bomb·load; dis·load; load; load·er·man; load·less; Load·om·e·ter; re·load·er; load·en; load·er; re·load; un·load; down·load·able; free·load·er; …

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  • 13load up — verb fill or place a load on (Freq. 1) load a car load the truck with hay • Syn: ↑load, ↑lade, ↑laden • Derivationally related forms: ↑lading ( …

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  • 14Load balancing (computing) — Load balancing is a computer networking methodology to distribute workload across multiple computers or a computer cluster, network links, central processing units, disk drives, or other resources, to achieve optimal resource utilization,… …

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  • 15Load factor (aerodynamics) — Load factor is the ratio of the lift on an aircraft to the weight of the aircraft.Clancy, L.J., Aerodynamics , section 5.22] Hurt, H.H., Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators , page 37] The load factor is expressed in multiples of g where one g… …

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  • 16Load — Студийный альбом Metallica …

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  • 17load — [n1] cargo, freight amount, bale, bundle, capacity, charge, consignment, contents, encumbrance, goods, haul, heft, hindrance, lading, mass, pack, parcel, part, payload, shipment, shot, weight; concepts 338,432 load [n2] burden, pressure… …

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  • 18load — [lōd] n. [ME lode < OE lad, a course, way, journey < Gmc * laidō, way < IE base * leit(h) , to go, leave > LEAD1, ON litha, Goth galeithan, to go: sense infl. by ME laden, LADE] 1. something carried or to be carried at one time or in… …

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  • 19load# — load n Load, burden, freight, cargo, lading are comparable when they mean something which is carried, conveyed, or transported from one place to another. Load is the most comprehensive of these terms, being applicable to whatever is carried (as… …

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  • 20load somebody 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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