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Dictionary French English: load

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NOUN   a load | loads
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VERB  to load | loaded | loaded/archaic loaden ... 
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SYNO   to lade | to laden | to load ... 
charger qc. [marchandises, camion, etc.]
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to load sth.
aviat. naut. transp. embarquer qc. [marchandises]to load sth.
Nouns
transp. charge {f} [cargaison - d'un camion]load
chargement {m}load
2 Words
arch. porteur {adj}load-bearing
abreuver qn./qc. de qc.to load sb./sth. with sth. [fig.] [to excess]
se délester de qc. [responsabilité]to off-load sth. [e.g. responsibility]
facteur {m} d'utilisationload factor
tech. coefficient {m} de remplissageload factor
hydro. naut. ligne {f} de flottaison en chargeload line
flopée {f} de qc. [fig.]load of sth. [fig.]
matériel phys. tech. limite {f} de chargemaximum load
électr. charge {f} de sortieoutput load
3 Words
abrutir qn. de travailto load sb. with work
se décharger de qc. sur qn.to off-load sth. onto sb.
tech. transp. essieu {m} porteurload-bearing axle
arch. constr. tech. structure {f} porteuseload-bearing structure
constr. mur {m} porteurload-bearing wall
transp. charge {f} utile [masse de la matière transportée]vehicle load capacity
4 Words
armes se charger facilementto be easy to load
truquer les cartes contre qn. [loc.]to load the dice against sb. [idiom]
5+ Words
Tout cela n'est que littérature ! [loc.]It's a load of waffle! [idiom]
C'est du pipeau ! [fam.] [improbabilité]That's a load of codswallop! [Br.] [coll.]
Cela m'ôte un poids (de la poitrine). [loc.]That's a load off my mind. [idiom]
Tout ça, c'est des conneries !That's all a load of crap! [vulg.]
Que de sornettes ! [fam.]What a load of rubbish! [coll.]
matériel recevoir un jet de gravillonsto be hit by a load of grit
dire des calembredaines [vieilli]to talk a load of nonsense
déconner à pleins tubes [fam.] [dire des bêtises]to talk a load of rubbish [coll.]
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