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Another word for load

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Noun
  1. Something carried physically

  2. A quantity of explosive put into a weapon

      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
    See also:

    explosion

  3. An indeterminately great amount or number.

    See also:

    big

Verb
  1. To place a burden or heavy load on

      1. A measure of the heaviness of an object:
      2. The force with which a body is attracted to Earth or another celestial body, equal to the product of the object's mass and the acceleration of gravity.
      3. A unit measure of gravitational force:
      1. A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.
      2. A fee or dues levied on the members of an organization to meet its expenses.
      3. A burdensome or excessive demand; a strain.
      1. A leather seat for a rider, secured on an animal's back by a girth.
      2. Similar tack used for attaching a pack to an animal.
      3. The padded part of a driving harness fitting over a horse's back.
      1. To load with or as if with cargo.
      2. To place (something) as a load for or as if for shipment.
      3. To burden or oppress; weigh down.
      1. Goods carried by a vessel or vehicle, especially by a commercial carrier; cargo.
      2. A burden; a load.
      3. Commercial transportation of goods.
      1. to hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
      2. to fill in such a way as to obstruct; block up; obstruct
      3. to load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
      1. to hinder by obstruction or interference; hamper
      2. to burden in a troublesome way
      3. to perplex or distress
      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
      1. Something that is carried.
      2. Something that is emotionally difficult to bear.
      3. A source of great worry or stress; weight:
    See also:

    over

  2. To make or become full; put as much into as can be held

      1. A quantity of objects stacked or thrown together in a heap.
      2. A large accumulation or quantity:
      3. A large amount of money:
      1. A collection of items tied up or wrapped; a bundle.
      2. A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
      3. The amount, as of food, that is processed and packaged at one time or in one season.
      1. A group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other:
      2. A great deal; a lot:
      3. An old or run-down car.
      1. Goods carried by a vessel or vehicle, especially by a commercial carrier; cargo.
      2. A burden; a load.
      3. Commercial transportation of goods.
      1. To put something into (a container, for example) to capacity or to a desired level:
      2. To supply or provide to the fullest extent:
      3. To build up the level of (low-lying land) with material such as earth or gravel.
      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
    See also:

    full

  3. To fill to overflowing

      1. A quantity of objects stacked or thrown together in a heap.
      2. A large accumulation or quantity:
      3. A large amount of money:
      1. To load with or as if with cargo.
      2. To place (something) as a load for or as if for shipment.
      3. To burden or oppress; weigh down.
      1. A group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other:
      2. A great deal; a lot:
      3. An old or run-down car.
    See also:

    full

  4. To fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly

      1. The material out of which something is made or formed; substance.
      2. The essential substance or elements; essence:
      3. Unspecified material:
      1. A collection of items tied up or wrapped; a bundle.
      2. A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
      3. The amount, as of food, that is processed and packaged at one time or in one season.
      1. A large and often disorderly crowd.
      2. The mass of common people; the populace.
      3. A criminal organization, especially the Mafia operating in the United States.
      1. To drive or wedge forcibly into a tight position:
      2. To activate or apply (a brake) suddenly. Often used with on:
      3. To cause (moving parts, for example) to lock into an unworkable position:
      1. A large number of persons gathered together; a throng.
      2. The common people; the populace.
      3. A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
      1. To force, press, or squeeze (something) into an insufficient or barely sufficient space; stuff.
      2. To feed a large amount of food to (an animal).
      3. To fill (oneself or one's stomach, for example) with food.
  5. To put (explosive material) into a weapon

      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
    See also:

    put in

  6. To give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

      1. To obtain or remove by pulling with twisting movements:
      2. To take possession of forcefully; seize or usurp:
      3. To gain or extract with persistent effort; wring:
      1. Any of various hand or power tools, often having fixed or adjustable jaws, used for gripping, turning, or twisting objects such as nuts, bolts, or pipes, typically at an angle perpendicular to the object's axis.
      2. A sudden, forcible twist, turn, or pull:
      3. An injury produced by twisting or straining:
      1. To turn or twist (wood, for example) out of shape; deform.
      2. To alter from a normal, proper, or healthy state; twist or pervert:
      3. To arrange strands of yarn or thread lengthwise onto (a loom) in preparation for weaving.
      1. To wind together (two or more threads, for example) so as to produce a single strand.
      2. To form in this manner:
      3. To wind or coil (vines or rope, for example) about something.
      1. To cause to turn away from what is right, proper, or good; debase:
      2. To corrupt (someone) morally.
      3. To interpret incorrectly; misconstrue or distort:
      1. To state wrongly or falsely.
      1. To give an incorrect or misleading representation of.
      2. To serve incorrectly or dishonestly as an official representative of.
      1. To state untruthfully; misrepresent.
      2. To make false by altering or adding to:
      3. To counterfeit; forge:
      1. To twist out of a proper or natural relation of parts; misshape:
      2. To cause to deviate from what is normal, reasonable, or accurate:
      3. To cause distortion in (a signal or waveform, for example).
      1. The appearance of objects or light sources described in terms of the individual's perception of them, involving hue, lightness, and saturation for objects, and hue, brightness, and saturation for light sources.
      2. The characteristics of light by which the individual is made aware of objects or light sources through the receptors of the eye, described in terms of dominant wavelength, luminance, and purity.
      3. A gradation or variation of this aspect, especially when other than black, white, or gray; a hue:
      1. To give a false representation to; misrepresent:
      2. To show to be false; contradict:
  7. To make impure or inferior by deceptively adding foreign substances

      1. To cause to become less natural, especially to make less naive and more worldly:
      2. To make more complex or refined:
      3. To mislead or corrupt (a person).
      1. A person who is licensed to practice medicine and has trained at a school of medicine, chiropractic, optometry, podiatry, dentistry, or veterinary medicine.
      2. A practitioner of alternative medicine or folk medicine who does not have traditional medical credentials.
      3. A person who has earned the highest academic degree, usually a PhD, awarded by a college or university in a specified discipline.
      1. To lower in character, quality, or value; degrade.
      1. To make impure by adding extraneous, improper, or inferior ingredients.
      2. Spurious; adulterated.
      3. Adulterous.
    See also:

    clean

Another word for load

Noun
  1. A physical burden

  2. Responsibility

      1. Firm belief in the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing; confidence or reliance:
      2. The condition and resulting obligation of having confidence placed in one:
      3. One in which confidence is placed.
      1. A social, legal, or moral requirement, such as a duty, contract, or promise, that compels one to follow or avoid a particular course of action:
      2. The constraining power of a promise, contract, law, or sense of duty:
      3. A document in which a person binds himself or herself to undertake or refrain from doing a particular act.
      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
    See also:

    duty

  3. A charge; said especially of firearms

      1. A fired, thrown, or otherwise propelled object, such as a bullet, having no capacity for self-propulsion.
      2. A self-propelled missile, such as a rocket.
      3. Capable of being impelled or hurled forward.
      1. The usually hard outer covering that encases certain organisms, such as insects, turtles, and most mollusks.
      2. A similar outer covering on a nut or seed.
      3. A similar outer covering on certain eggs, such as those of birds and reptiles; an eggshell.
      1. Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center:
      2. Moving in or forming a circle.
      3. Shaped like a cylinder; cylindrical.
      1. To cut, cut off, or cut out with or as if with shears:
      2. To make shorter by cutting; trim:
      3. To cut off the edge of:
      1. The firing or discharge of a weapon, such as a gun.
      2. The distance over which something is shot; the range.
      3. An attempt to hit a target with a projectile:
      1. A substance consisting of ground, pulverized, or otherwise finely dispersed solid particles.
      2. Any of various preparations in the form of powder, as certain cosmetics and medicines.
      3. A dry explosive mixture, such as gunpowder.
    See also:

    ammunition

  4. A measure

      1. A portion, division, piece, or segment of a whole.
      2. Any of several equal portions or fractions that can constitute a whole or into which a whole can be divided:
      3. A division of a book or artistic work such as a film:
      1. The total of two or more quantities; the aggregate.
      2. A number; a sum.
      3. A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.
      1. The firing or discharge of a weapon, such as a gun.
      2. The distance over which something is shot; the range.
      3. An attempt to hit a target with a projectile:
Verb
  1. To place a load

  2. To overload

      1. To act as a ballast for.
      2. (idiomatic) To be too much for someone to cope with.
      1. A leather seat for a rider, secured on an animal's back by a girth.
      2. Similar tack used for attaching a pack to an animal.
      3. The padded part of a driving harness fitting over a horse's back.
      1. to hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
      2. to fill in such a way as to obstruct; block up; obstruct
      3. to load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
  3. to charge; said especially of firearms