Word: load

Category: load

Computers & Electronics, Business & Industrial, Home & Garden

Related words: load

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Synonyms: load

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: load

spanish
carga


german
beanspruchung, beladung, kopf, sprengkopf, ladung, ...

french
chargement, accabler, cargaison, fardeau, veine, ...

italian
fardello, aggravio, soma, carico, gravare, ...

portuguese
carga

dutch
beladen, last, laden, lading, vracht, ...

russian
кладь, нагружать, груз, нагрузиться, заряжать, ...

norwegian
ladning, byrde, laste, belastning, lade, ...

swedish
last, lass, lassa, börda, lasta

finnish
mättää, panostaa, ladata, lasti, taakka, ...

danish
læs, byrde, ladning

czech
zatížení, zátěž, nabíjet, zatížit, zahrnout, ...

polish
alkoholizować, obciążenie, załadunek, obładować, ładunek, ...

turkish
yük

greek
φορτίζω, γεμίζω, ζαλίκι

ukrainian
голець

albanian
ngarkoj

estonian
koormus, koorem, laadima

croatian
tovar, učitavaju, opterećenjem, učitavati

icelandic
burður, hlaða, lesta, ferma

latin
onus, pondus

lithuanian
krova, našta, krovinys

latvian
krava, nasta, slogs, smagums

romanian
povară

slovenian
náklad, naložit

slovak
náklad, bremeno, nálož

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The meaning and "use of": load

noun
  • a heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried.
  • a weight or source of pressure borne by someone or something.
  • a lot of (often used to express one's disapproval or dislike of something).
  • the amount of power supplied by a source; the resistance of moving parts to be overcome by a motor.

verb
  • put a load or large amount of something on or in (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.).
  • make (someone or something) carry or hold a large or excessive amount of heavy things.
  • charge (a firearm) with ammunition.
  • add an extra charge to (an insurance premium) in the case of a poorer risk.

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