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Spanish translation of “load”

load

noun /ləud/
something which is being carried
carga
The lorry/truck had to stop because its load had fallen off She was carrying a load of groceries.
as much as can be carried at one time
peso, cantidad
two lorry-loads/truck-loads of earth.
a large amount
montones de, montón de
He talked a load of rubbish We ate loads of ice-cream.
(physics) the power carried by an electric circuit
carga
The wires were designed for a load of 15 amps.
loaded adjective carrying a load
cargado
a loaded van.
(of a gun) containing ammunition
cargado
a loaded pistol.
(of a camera) containing film.
cargado
(Definition of load from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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