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load /loud/
  • danh từ
    • vậy nặng, gánh nặng
      • to carry a heavy load: mang một gánh nặng
    • vật gánh, vật chở, vật đội (trên lưng súc vật, trên xe, tàu...)
    • trách nhiệm nặng nề; điều lo lắng, nỗi buồn phiền
    • (kỹ thuật) sự tải; tải; trọng tải (của một con tàu...)
      • periodic load: tải tuần hoàn
    • thuốc nạp, đạn nạp (vào súng)
    • (thông tục) nhiều, hàng đống
      • loads of money: hàng đống tiền, hàng bồ bạc
    • to gets a load of
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) nghe
    • nhìn, trông
    • to have a load on
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) say rượu
  • ngoại động từ
    • chất, chở
      • to load a cart: chất lên xe
    • nhét, nhồi, tống vào, nạp đạn) súng); lắp phim (máy ảnh)
      • to load a gun: nạp đạn vào súng
      • I am loaded: súng tôi có nạp đạn
      • to load a camera: lắp phim vào máy ánh
      • to load one's stomach with food: ăn nhồi ăn nhét, ăn no căng
    • chồng chất; bắt phải chịu, bắt phải gánh vác, bắt phải đảm nhận...
      • to load somebody with word: đổ dồn (chồng chất) công việc lên đầu ai
      • to load a man with insults: chửi bới ai thậm tệ
      • to load someone with gifts: cho, ai hàng đống quà
      • to load someone with compliments: khen ngợi ai hết lời
    • đổ chì vào, làm cho nặng thêm
      • to load the dice: đổ chì vào con súc sắc; (nghĩa bóng) gian lận
  • nội động từ
    • bốc hàng, bốc vác, khuân vác
    • nạp đạn
Concise Dictionary
loads|loaded|loadingləʊd
noun
+weight to be borne or conveyed
+a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time
+goods carried by a large vehicle
+an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate
+the power output of a generator or power plant
+an onerous or difficult concern
+a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
+the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents
+electrical device to which electrical power is delivered
verb
+fill or place a load on
+provide with munition
+put (something) on a structure or conveyance

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 weight, burden; onus, pressure, encumbrance, millstone, cross, albatross, responsibility, care, anxiety, worry, trouble:
He put down his load and rested. Seeing her safe is a load off my mind
2 shipment, consignment, cargo, weight:
That load is too heavy for the van.
v.
3 pack, pile, stack, heap, fill, lade, stuff, cram, jam, squeeze:
Load all the boxes you can in the truck.
4 Often, load down. weigh down, burden, encumber, saddle with, overwhelm:
I was loaded down with too many responsibilities.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
sth carried
1 [C] something that is being carried (usually in large amounts) by a person, vehicle, etc: The trucks waited at the warehouse to pick up their loads. + The women came down the hill with their loads of firewood. + These backpacks are designed to carry a heavy load. + A lorry shed its load (= accidentally dropped its load) on the motorway.
2 [C] (often in compounds) the total amount of sth that sth can carry or contain: a busload of tourists + They ordered three truckloads of sand. + He put half a load of washing in the machine. + The plane took off with a full load.
weight
3 [C, usually sing.] the amount of weight that is pressing down on sth: a load-bearing wall + Modern backpacks spread the load over a wider area.
large amount
4 [sing.] (BrE also loads [pl.]) ~ (of sth) (informal) a large number or amount of sb/sth; plenty: She's got loads of friends. + There's loads to do today. + He wrote loads and loads of letters to people. + Uncle Jim brought a whole load of presents for the kids. + We saw a load of houses before we bought this one.
rubbish / nonsense
5 [sing.] ~ of rubbish, garbage, nonsense, etc. (spoken, especially BrE) used to emphasize that sth is wrong, stupid, bad, etc: You're talking a load of rubbish.
work
6 [C] an amount of work that a person or machine has to do: Teaching loads have increased in all types of school. + Extra warmth from sunlight can put an additional load on the air-conditioning system.
See also - CASELOAD, WORKLOAD
responsibility / worry
7 [C, usually sing.] a feeling of responsibility or worry that is difficult to deal with: She thought she would not be able to bear the load of bringing up her family alone. + Knowing that they had arrived safely took a load off my mind.
electrical power
8 [C] the amount of electrical power that is being supplied at a particular time
Idioms: get a load of sb/sth (spoken) used to tell sb to look at or listen to sb/sth: Get a load of that dress!
+ verb
give / receive load
1 ~ (up)
~ (up with sth)
~ (up) (with sth)
~ sth/sb (into / onto sth) to put a large quantity of sth onto or into sth: [VN] We loaded the car in ten minutes. + Can you help me load the dishwasher? + Men were loading up a truck with timber. + Sacks were being loaded onto the truck. + [V] We finished loading and set off.
Antonym: UNLOAD
2 [V] to receive a load: The ship was still loading.
Antonym: UNLOAD
3 [VN] to give sb a lot of things, especially things they have to carry: They loaded her with gifts.
gun / camera
4 ~ sth (into sth)
~ sth (with sth) to put sth into a weapon, camera or other piece of equipment so that it can be used: [VN] She loaded film into the camera. + She loaded the camera with film. + Is the gun loaded? [also V]
Antonym: UNLOAD
computing
5 to put data or a program into the memory of a computer: [VN] Have you loaded the software? + [V] Wait for the game to load.
Compare: DOWNLOAD
Idioms: load the dice (against sb) [usually passive] to put sb at a disadvantage: He has always felt that the dice were loaded against him in life.
Phrasal Verbs: load sb/sth down (with sth) [usually passive] to give sb/sth a lot of heavy things to carry: She was loaded down with bags of groceries.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

heavy, light
He has a heavy teaching load this year.
| full
The plane took off with a full load.

VERB + LOAD

bear, carry | lighten, share, spread
We're trying to spread the load by employing more staff.
| drop, dump, shed
A lorry has shed its load of wood on the motorway.

PREP.

under its, etc. ~
The tables creaked under their heavy load.



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