a reduction of “loads of”, a lot of
[lohd-shed-ing] /ˈloʊdˌʃɛd ɪŋ/ noun 1. the deliberate shutdown of electric power in a part or parts of a power-distribution system, generally to prevent the failure of the entire system when the demand strains the capacity of the system.
- Loads of something
noun phrase A great number; many; much: The old lady has loads of charm and loads of money (1880+)
/ˈləʊdˌspeɪs/ noun 1. the area in a motor vehicle where a load can be carried
[lohd-stahr] /ˈloʊdˌstɑr/ noun 1. . [lohd-stahr] /ˈloʊdˌstɑr/ noun 1. a star that shows the way. 2. . 3. something that serves as a guide or on which the attention is fixed. /ˈləʊdˌstɑː/ noun 1. a variant spelling of lodestar /ˈləʊdˌstɑː/ noun 1. a star, esp the North Star, used in navigation or astronomy as a […]