sth that is being or is to be carried, especially sth heavy that is carried by a vehicle, ship, person, animal, etc.
the amount which the stated vehicle can carry
the amount of work that must be done by a member of a group, a machine, etc.
put (a load) on or in (a vehicle, structure, etc.)
… put bullets, etc. into (a gun) or film into (a camera)
"the system broke down under excessive loads"
"he got a load on and started a brawl"
"the burden of responsibility"
"that's a load off my mind"
"load a car"
"load the truck with hay"
"He loaded his gun carefully"
"load the camera"
"load the bags onto the trucks"
She wasn't asking him to carry the load on his head.
出自： R. K. Narayan
He..picks up the next load of strangers.
出自： K. Gibbons
I've got to pick up a load of..windcheaters.sscart-loadss, sshorse-loadss, sslorry-loadss, etc.
出自： Alan Bennett
Load your goodies on my cart, Mr. Baker.
The chauffeur loads the suitcases into the car.
出自： A. Brookner
He seemed loaded down with the burdens of office.
The ship was loaded down with extra cargo.
The poor car was completely loaded down with all my bags.
We can't load any more people onto this bus.
The lorry driver loaded up at the depot.
卡车司机在库房装车。 load sth ⇔ up
They loaded up the lorry.
Don't load the car up too much when you are going on a long journey.
The vehicles were loaded up.
The barge was loaded up with coal.
They loaded the ship with coal.
The cart was loaded with fruit.
He took over the union when it was loaded with debt.