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load /ləʊd $ loʊd/ noun [countable]


ظرفیت ، شارژ کردن ، بارگیری کردن ، ذخیره گذاری کردن ، خرج گذاری کردن ، پر کردن تفنگ یا توپ ، فشنگ گذاری کردن ، بار مهمات هواپیما ، بارگیری مهمات ، بار داشتن (در تحلیل عاملها) ، کوله بار ، فشار ، مسئولیت ، بارالکتریکی ، عمل پرکردن تفنگ باگلوله ، عملکرد ماشین یا دستگاه ، بار کردن ، گرانبارکردن ، سنگین کردن ، فیلم (دردوربین) گذاشتن ، بار گیری شدن ، بار زدن ، تفنگ یا سلاحی را پر کردن ، علوم مهندسی: فشار ، کامپیوتر: فرمانی انتقال اطلاعات از حافظه جانبی به حافظه اصلی ، الکترونیک: بار خارجی ، عمران: نیرو ، معماری: بار ، روانشناسی: بار داشتن ، بازرگانی: ظرفیت بارگیری ، محموله ، ورزش: فشنگ گذاری ، علوم هوایی: بار ، علوم نظامی: خشاب
مهندسی صنایع: بار ، فشار الکترونیک: فرمانی انتقال اطلاعات از حافظه جانبی به حافظه اصلی ، کامپیوتر: ظرفیت ، ظرفیت بارگیری ، تجارت خارجی: بار کردن ، شارژ کردن ، بار ، فشار ، علوم مهندسی: فشنگ ، فشنگ گذاری ، ورزشی: بار زدن ، بارگیری کردن ، بار ، محموله ، بازرگانی: بار ، هواپیمایی: بار ، معماری: ذخیره گذاری کردن ، خرج گذاری کردن ، بار ، بار کردن ، پر کردن تفنگ یا توپ ، فشنگ گذاری کردن ، بار مهمات هواپیما ، بارگیری مهمات ، خشاب ، علوم نظامی: بار ، نیرو ، عمران: بار داشتن ، در تحلیل عاملها ، : روانشناسی: بار خارجی ، الکترونیک: بار، کوله بار، فشار، مسیولیت ، بارالکتریکی ، عمل پرکردن تفنگ باگلوله ، عملکرد ماشین یا دستگاه ، بار کردن ، پر کردن ، گرانبارکردن ، سنگین کردن ، فیلم( دردوربین )گذاشتن ، بار گیری شدن ، بار زدن ، تفنگ یا سلاحی را پر کردنفرمانی انتقال اطلاعات از حافظه جانبی به حافظه اصلی ، کامپیوتر: ظرفیت ، ظرفیت بارگیری ، تجارت خارجی: بار کردن ، شارژ کردن ، بار ، فشار ، علوم مهندسی: فشنگ ، فشنگ گذاری ، ورزشی: بار زدن ، بارگیری کردن ، بار ، محموله ، بازرگانی: بار ، هواپیمایی: بار ، معماری: ذخیره گذاری کردن ، خرج گذاری کردن ، بار ، بار کردن ، پر کردن تفنگ یا توپ ، فشنگ گذاری کردن ، بار مهمات هواپیما ، بارگیری مهمات ، خشاب ، علوم نظامی: بار ، نیرو ، عمران: بار داشتن ، در تحلیل عاملها ، : روانشناسی: بار خارجی ، الکترونیک: بار، کوله بار، فشار، مسیولیت ، بارالکتریکی ، عمل پرکردن تفنگ باگلوله ، عملکرد ماشین یا دستگاه ، بار کردن ، پر کردن ، گرانبارکردن ، سنگین کردن ، فیلم( دردوربین )گذاشتن ، بار گیری شدن ، بار زدن ، تفنگ یا سلاحی را پر کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

load
[noun]
Synonyms:
- cargo, consignment, freight, shipment
- burden, albatross, encumbrance, millstone, onus, trouble, weight, worry
[verb]
Synonyms:
- fill, cram, freight, heap, pack, pile, stack, stuff
- burden, encumber, oppress, saddle with, weigh down, worry
- make ready, charge, prime
Antonyms: sinecure, unload
Contrasted words: breeze, child's play, cinch, duck soup, picnic, pipe, pushover, snap
Related Idioms: millstone around one's neck
Related Words: bale, pack, parcel, shipment, care, liability, obligation, responsibility, drag, drain, pressure, bear, carry, convey, transport, glut, gorge, surfeit, flood, oversupply, swamp

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. load1 S1 W3 /ləʊd $ loʊd/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: lad 'support, carrying']

1. AMOUNT OF SOMETHING a large quantity of something that is carried by a vehicle, person etc
load of
a load of wood
The lorry had shed its load (=the load had fallen off).
The plane was carrying a full load of fuel.

2. a load (of something) (also loads (of something) British English) informal a lot of something:
We got a load of complaints about the loud music.
Don’t worry, there’s loads of time
loads to do/see/eat etc
There’s loads to see in Paris.

3. a bus load/car load/truck load etc the largest amount of something that a vehicle can carry:
a bus load of tourists

4. a load of crap/bull etc (also a load of rubbish British English) spoken not polite used to say that something is bad, untrue, or stupid:
I thought the game was a load of crap.

5. WORK the amount of work that a person or machine has to do:
The computer couldn’t handle the load and crashed.
a light/heavy load (=not much or a lot of work)
Hans has a heavy teaching load this semester.
My work load has doubled since Henry left.
They hired more staff in order to spread the load.

6. WORRY a problem or worry that is difficult to deal with:
When someone is depressed, the extra load of having financial problems can make the situation worse.
Knowing he was safe was a load off my mind (=I felt less worried).
Coping with ill health was a heavy load to bear.

7. WASHING a quantity of clothes that are washed together in a washing machine:
I’ve already done three loads of laundry this morning.

8. get a load of somebody/something spoken used to tell someone to look at or listen to something that is surprising or funny:
Get a load of this! Your stars say you are going to meet someone who’s rich.

9. WEIGHT the amount of weight that something is supporting:
a load-bearing wall
It increased the load on the wheels.

10. ELECTRICITY technical an amount of electrical power that is being produced

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. load2 verb

1. [intransitive and transitive] (also load up) to put a large quantity of something into a vehicle or container Antonym : unload:
Have you finished loading up?
It took an hour to load the van.
Will you help me load the dishwasher?
load something into/onto something
Emma loaded all the groceries into the car.
He loaded the cups onto a tray.
load something with something
She loaded up the car with camping gear.

2. [transitive] to put a necessary part into something in order to make it work, for example bullets into a gun or film into a camera
load something with something
Did you load it with 200 or 400 film?
load something into something
Can you load the CD into the player, please?

3. [intransitive and transitive] to put a program into a computer:
The program takes a while to load.
To load the file, press the ‘return’ key.

4. [intransitive] (also load up) if a ship, aircraft etc loads, goods are put onto it:
The first ship to load at the new port was the ‘Secil Angola’.
load with
The boat called at Lerwick to load up with fresh vegetables.
load somebody/something down phrasal verb

1. [usually passive] to give someone more work or problems than they can deal with Synonym : weigh down
be/feel loaded down with something
Jane felt loaded down with money worries.

2. to make someone carry too many things Synonym : weigh down
be loaded down with something
I was loaded down with bags so I took a taxi.
load up on something phrasal verb American English
to get a lot of something so that you are sure you will have enough Synonym : stock up (on):
People were loading up on bottled water.
load somebody (up) with something phrasal verb
to give someone a lot of things, especially things they have to carry

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

load
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.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

load
ləud
See: get a load of

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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