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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.