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  1. load

    • IPA[lōd]

    美式

    • n.
      a heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried;the total number or amount that can be carried in something, especially a vehicle of a specified type
    • v.
      put a load or large amount of something on or in (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.);place (a load or large quantity of something) on or in a vehicle, ship, container, etc.
    • noun: load, plural noun: loads

    • verb: load, 3rd person present: loads, gerund or present participle: loading, past tense: loaded, past participle: loaded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried:

      in addition to their own food, they must carry a load of up to eighty pounds

    • 2. the total number or amount that can be carried in something, especially a vehicle of a specified type:

      a tractor-trailer load of new appliances

    • 3. an amount of items washed or to be washed in a washing machine or dishwasher at one time:

      I do at least six loads of washing a week

    • 4. the material carried along by a stream, glacier, ocean current, etc.:

      the streams deposited their loads, leaving thin sheets of gravel or sand

    • 5. a weight or source of pressure borne by someone or something:

      the increased load on the heart caused by a raised arterial pressure

      the arch has hollow spandrels to lighten the load on the foundations

    • 6. the amount of work to be done by a person or machine:

      Arthur has a light teaching load

    • 7. a burden of responsibility, worry, or grief:

      consumers will find it difficult to service their heavy load of debt

    • 8. a lot of (often used to express disapproval or dislike of something):

      she was talking a load of garbage

    • 9. plenty:

      she spends loads of money on clothes

      there's loads to see here, even when it rains

    • 10. the amount of power supplied by a source; the resistance of moving parts to be overcome by a motor:

      if the wire in the fuse is too thin to accept the load it will melt

    • 11. the amount of electricity supplied by a generating system at any given time.
    • 12. an impedance or circuit that receives or develops the output of a transistor or other device.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. put a load or large amount of something on or in (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.):

      they load up their dugout canoes

    • 2. place (a load or large quantity of something) on or in a vehicle, ship, container, etc.:

      stolen property from a burglary was loaded into a taxi

    • 3. (of a ship or vehicle) take on a load:

      when we came to the quay the ship was still loading

    • 4. take, buy, or consume a large amount of:

      I just went down to the store and loaded up on beer

    • 5. make (someone or something) carry or hold a large or excessive amount of heavy things:

      Elaine was loaded down with bags full of shopping

    • 6. supply someone or something with (something) in overwhelming abundance or to excess:

      the King and Queen loaded Columbus with wealth and honors

    • 7. bias toward a particular outcome:

      the odds were loaded against them before the match

    • 8. charge (a firearm) with ammunition:

      he began to load the gun

    • 9. insert something into (a device) so that it can be operated:

      load your camera before you start

    • 10. insert (something) into a device so that it will operate:

      load the cassette into the camcorder

    • 11. transfer (a program or data) into memory, or into the central processor from storage:

      when the program is loaded into the microcomputer, the CPU carries out each instruction

    • 12. add an extra charge to (an insurance premium) in the case of a poorer risk.
    • adj. carrying or bearing a load, especially a large one:

    • a heavily loaded freight train

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    • adj. carrying or bearing a load, especially a large one:

    • a heavily loaded freight train

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    • adj. (especially of a wall) supporting much of the weight of the overlying parts of a building or other structure:

    • a load-bearing wall

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    • n. the ratio of the average or actual amount of some quantity and the maximum possible or permissible.

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    • n. the ratio of the average or actual amount of some quantity and the maximum possible or permissible.

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    • adj. (especially of a wall) supporting much of the weight of the overlying parts of a building or other structure.

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    • subject to a mechanical or electrical load

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    • n. the maximum of electrical power demand.

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    • IPA[ləʊd]

    英式

    • n.
      a heavy or bulky thing that is being carried or is about to be carried:
    • in addition to their own food, they must carry a load of up to eighty pounds
    • v.
      fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something:
    • they go to Calais to load up their vans with cheap beer

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    • What is the meaning of loads

      Load could be said as "amount." For this sentence==>Her face is like getting really expanding loads. It means that she must apply excessive amount of cosmetic/drugs...