[loh-der] /ˈloʊ dər/
a person or thing that .
a self-propelled machine with a shovel or bucket at the end of articulated arms, used to raise earth or other material and it into a dump truck.
a person who loads a gun or other firearm
(in combination) designating a firearm or machine loaded in a particular way: breech-loader, top-loader
(computing) a system program that takes a program in a form close to machine code and places it into a memory for execution
late 15c., “person who loads,” agent noun from load (v.). Of machinery, by 1862.
noun 1. the amount or weight of cargo, number of passengers, etc., that an aircraft, vehicle, or vessel can carry. 2. the percentage of available seats, space, or maximum carrying weight paid for and used by passengers, shippers, etc.: An airline can’t profit on a 40 percent load factor. 3. Electricity. the ratio of the […]
noun 1. a mutual fund that carries transaction charges, usually a percentage of the initial investment.
[loh-dee] /ˈloʊ di/ noun, Slang. 1. . [loh-dee] /ˈloʊ di/ noun, plural loadies. Slang. 1. a person who is a habitual user of alcohol or drugs. noun
[loh-ding] /ˈloʊ dɪŋ/ noun 1. the act of a person or thing that . 2. that with which something is ; , burden, or charge. 3. Electricity. the process of adding reactance to a telephone circuit, radio antenna, etc. 4. Aeronautics. the ratio of the gross weight of an airplane to engine power (power loading) […]