I [ləʊd] n
1) груз, ноша, поклажа, тяжесть, бремя, груда

He has a load on his conscience/on his mind. — У него камень на совести.

That is a load off my mind. — У меня гора с плеч свалилась.

You have taken a load off my heart/off my mind. — Вы у меня камень с души сняли. /У меня от сердца отлегло.

They're nothing but a load of has-beens. — Они ничего из себя не представляют, просто кучка простых людей, которые уже ничего не значат.

- heavy load
- load of washing
- load of responsibility
- load of junk
- give way under a load of misfortunes
- groan under a load of taxation
- lay down the load
- dump the load
- lift a load from smb's heart
- put a load upon one's back
- put the motor under load
- take a load off one's mind
- take the load off smb's back
2) нагрузка, работа

The cart carried a load of hay. — Телега везла воз сена.

Can your car take such a heavy load? — Может ваша машина взять такой тяжелый груз?

What is the maximum load that the bridge will take? — Какова максимальная нагрузка этого моста?

The load of work was too great for him. — Объем работы оказался ему не по силам.

All lay load on the willing horse. — Кто безотказно везет, на того все и ляжет/валят

- teaching load
- working load
- peak load
- student's study load
- excess loads
- constant load
- limit load
- load factor
- load carriers
- load capacity
- load per unit
- load of work
- load line on a ship
- load of coal
- the load of a car
- load on the wheels
- loads of time
- loads of money
- work load on the generator
- bend under a heavy load
- carry loads
- carry a heavy load
- have a heavy load of work
- lighten the load of hospital doctors
- take a load off one's feet
- machine's working at full load
II [ləʊd] v
1) грузить, нагружать

He was loaded with parcels. — Он был нагружен пакетами.

- load smb with smth
- load a car with smth
- load one's stomach
2) заряжать
- load a gun

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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