Business Dictionary :
Load : noun : goods which are transported
Load of A Lorry = goods carried by a lorry or contender
Load of A Container = goods carried by a lorry or contender
Lorry-Load = amount of goods carried on a lorry or container
Container-Load = amount of goods carried on a lorry or container
A container-load of spare parts is missing.
They delivered six lorry-loads of coal.
= amount of goods or number of passengers which a bus or tram or plane has to carry to make a profit
= largest weight of goods which a lorry or plane can carry
Load Carrying Capacity
= amount of goods which a lorry is capable of carrying
= number of seats in a bus or train or plane which are occupied by passengers who have paid the full fare
= amount of work which a person has to do
He has difficulty in coping with his heavy workload.
: to load a lorry or a ship = to put goods into a lorry or a ship for transport
To load cargo onto a ship…
A truck loaded with boxes…
A ship loaded with iron…
Fully loaded ship = ship which is full of cargo
: (of shi
p) : to take on cargo
The ship is loading a cargo of wood.
: to put a program into a computer
Load the word-processing program before you start keyboarding.
: loading bay = section of road in a warehouse where Lorries can drive in to be loaded
= part of a harbour where ships can load or unload
= raised platform which makes it easier to load goods onto a lorry
: no plural
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