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Detailed Synonyms for loaded in English

loaded:

loaded adj

  1. loaded
  2. loaded
  3. loaded
  4. loaded
    – (of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence 1
    loaded
    – (of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence 1
    • loaded adj
      • a loaded question1
  5. loaded
    – very drunk 1
  6. loaded
    – filled with a great quantity 1
    laden; loaded; ladened
    – filled with a great quantity 1
    • laden adj
      • table laden with food1
    • loaded adj
      • a tray loaded with dishes1
    • ladened adj
      • `ladened' is not current usage1
  7. loaded
    – (of weapons) charged with ammunition 1
    loaded
    – (of weapons) charged with ammunition 1
  8. loaded
    – having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value 1
    flush; wealthy; loaded; affluent; moneyed
    – having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value 1
    • flush adj
      • a speculator flush with cash1
    • wealthy adj
      • wealthy corporations1
    • loaded adj
      • not merely rich but loaded1
    • affluent adj
      • an affluent banker1
    • moneyed adj
      • moneyed aristocrats1

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Related Definitions for "loaded":

  1. (of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence1
    • a loaded question1
  2. very drunk1
  3. filled with a great quantity1
    • a tray loaded with dishes1
  4. (of weapons) charged with ammunition1
    • a loaded gun1
  5. having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value1
    • not merely rich but loaded1

loaded form of load:

to load verb (loads, loaded, loading)

  1. to load
    to load; to freight; lade
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
    • freight verb (freights, freighted, freighting)
    • lade verb
  2. to load
    to load; to ship
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
    • ship verb (ships, shipped, shipping)
  3. to load
    to load; load a gun
  4. to load
    to make heavier; weight; to load
    • make heavier verb (makes heavier, made heavier, making heavier)
    • weight verb
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
  5. to load
    to load; to recharge; charge with electricity
  6. to load
    – corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones 1
    to load; to stretch; dilute; to debase; adulterate
    – corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones 1
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
    • stretch verb (stretchs, stretched, stretching)
    • dilute verb
    • debase verb (debases, debased, debasing)
    • adulterate verb
      • adulterate liquor1
  7. to load
    – fill or place a load on 1
    to load; laden; lade; load up
    – fill or place a load on 1
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
      • load a car1
      • load the truck with hay1
    • laden verb
    • lade verb
    • load up verb
  8. to load
    – provide (a device) with something necessary 1
    to charge; to load
    – provide (a device) with something necessary 1
    • charge verb (charges, charged, charging)
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
      • He loaded his gun carefully1
      • load the camera1
  9. to load
    – put (something) on a structure or conveyance 1
    to load
    – put (something) on a structure or conveyance 1
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
      • load the bags onto the trucks1
  10. to load
    – transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory 1
    to load
    – transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory 1
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)
  11. to load
    – To place information from storage into memory for processing, if it is data, or for execution, if it is program code. 2
    to load
    – To place information from storage into memory for processing, if it is data, or for execution, if it is program code. 2
    • load verb (loads, loaded, loading)

Conjugations for load:

present
  1. load
  2. load
  3. loads
  4. load
  5. load
  6. load
simple past
  1. loaded
  2. loaded
  3. loaded
  4. loaded
  5. loaded
  6. loaded
present perfect
  1. have loaded
  2. have loaded
  3. has loaded
  4. have loaded
  5. have loaded
  6. have loaded
past continuous
  1. was loading
  2. were loading
  3. was loading
  4. were loading
  5. were loading
  6. were loading
future
  1. shall load
  2. will load
  3. will load
  4. shall load
  5. will load
  6. will load
continuous present
  1. am loading
  2. are loading
  3. is loading
  4. are loading
  5. are loading
  6. are loading
subjunctive
  1. be loaded
  2. be loaded
  3. be loaded
  4. be loaded
  5. be loaded
  6. be loaded
diverse
  1. load!
  2. let's load!
  3. loaded
  4. loading
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

load [the ~] noun

  1. the load
    the freight; the cargo; the load; the shipment; the loading; the haul; the weight
  2. the load
    the inconvenience; the nuisance; the difficulty; the hindrance; the impediment; the load; the weight
  3. the load
    the mass; the multitude; the heap; the load; the quite a lot; the a whole lot; the lot
  4. the load
    the accumulation; the pile; the heap; the piling up; the load
  5. the load
    the freight; the shipment; the load; the cargo
  6. the load
    the crowd; the herd; the clutter; the bunch; the troop; the wattle; the lot; the heap; the gang; the troupe; the load; the party; the pack
  7. the load
    the fare; the load
  8. the load
    – goods carried by a large vehicle 1
    the freight; the load; the consignment; the shipment; the cargo; the loading; the payload; the lading
    – goods carried by a large vehicle 1
  9. the load
    – weight to be borne or conveyed 1
    the burden; the load; the loading
    – weight to be borne or conveyed 1
  10. the load
    – electrical device to which electrical power is delivered 1
    the load
    – electrical device to which electrical power is delivered 1
  11. the load
    – the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents 1
    the load; the payload; the warhead
    – the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents 1
  12. the load
    – an onerous or difficult concern 1
    the burden; the load; the encumbrance; the incumbrance; the onus
    – an onerous or difficult concern 1
  13. the load
    – a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks 1
    the load; the lode
    – a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks 1
  14. the load
    – the power output of a generator or power plant 1
    the load
    – the power output of a generator or power plant 1
  15. the load
    – an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate 1
    the load
    – an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate 1
    • load [the ~] noun
      • he got a load on and started a brawl1
  16. the load
    – a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time 1
    the load; the loading
    – a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time 1
    • load [the ~] noun
      • the system broke down under excessive loads1
    • loading [the ~] noun
  17. the load
    – The maximum amount of activity that can be performed by a resource in a time period. 2
    the load
    – The maximum amount of activity that can be performed by a resource in a time period. 2

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Related Definitions for "load":

  1. goods carried by a large vehicle1
  2. weight to be borne or conveyed1
  3. electrical device to which electrical power is delivered1
  4. the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents1
  5. an onerous or difficult concern1
    • that's a load off my mind1
  6. a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks1
  7. the power output of a generator or power plant1
  8. an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate1
    • he got a load on and started a brawl1
  9. a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time1
    • the system broke down under excessive loads1
  10. corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones1
  11. fill or place a load on1
    • load a car1
    • load the truck with hay1
  12. provide (a device) with something necessary1
    • He loaded his gun carefully1
    • load the camera1
  13. put (something) on a structure or conveyance1
    • load the bags onto the trucks1
  14. transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory1
  15. To place information from storage into memory for processing, if it is data, or for execution, if it is program code.2
  16. The maximum amount of activity that can be performed by a resource in a time period.2

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