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barrow1 a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, supported by handles at each end or handles at one end and a wheel at the other; wheelbarrow.
boatload the load of passengers or cargo that a boat can or does carry.
cartridge clip a metal container or frame used to hold and load cartridges into an automatic rifle or pistol; clip.
dead weight see dead load. [1/3 definitions]
discharge to get rid of a load or release contents. [1/17 definitions]
encumber to burden, as a heavy load or an obligation. [1/2 definitions]
entrain1 to load onto a train. [1/2 definitions]
freight any load or burden. [3/6 definitions]
heap to give, load, or assign in great quantity (usu. fol. by on or upon). [1/7 definitions]
inclined plane a plane surface inclined at less than a right angle to a horizontal surface, used to roll or slide a load up or down.
lade to load with cargo. [2/6 definitions]
loaded carrying a load, esp. the maximum load. [1/6 definitions]
load factor the amount or weight of the maximum load a vehicle, airplane, or vessel can carry. [2 definitions]
longshoreman a man whose job is to load and unload ships; dock worker.
overburden to place an excessive burden, responsibility, or work load upon. [1/2 definitions]
overload to put too heavy or great a load in or on; overburden. [2 definitions]
overwhelm to load or burden with an excess of something. [1/3 definitions]
pack1 to put a load on. [1/16 definitions]
packsaddle a saddle esp. designed to accommodate the load carried by a pack animal.
port1 a place where ships load and unload, and its adjacent town or city. [1/4 definitions]
port of call a port where a ship regularly docks during the course of a longer voyage in order to load and unload passengers and cargo, make repairs, or the like.