loads

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Englisch - Türkisch
i., k.dili. çok miktar, yığın: loads of love pek çok sevgiler, kucak dolusu sevgiler
[n] çok miktar
yığın
load
yüklemek

Sami mobilyayı yüklemek için oradaydı. - Sami was there to load the furniture.

Her şeyi kamyona yüklemek Tom'un bir saatini aldı. - It took Tom an hour to load everything on the truck.

load
yük

Tom silahının yüklü olduğundan emin olmak için kontrol etti. - Tom checked to make sure his gun was loaded.

O, evden istasyona çok fazla yük taşımak zorunda kaldı. - He had to carry many loads from the house to station.

loads of money
yüklü miktarda para
loads of
bir sürü

Yapacak bir sürü işim var. - I have loads of things to do.

Ben o mağazada bir sürü şey alırım. - I buy loads of stuff at that store.

load
{f} sıkmak
load
yükletmek
load
yük yüklemek
load
(Avcılık) sıkı
load
mal yüklemek
load
(Avcılık) dolu
load
yük vurmak
load
(Askeri) yüklü

Onlar gemiye petrol yüklüyorlar. - They are loading oil into the ship.

Bu kamera, film yüklü değil. - This camera is not loaded with film.

load
yükleme yapmak
load
silahı doldurmak
load
şarj etmek
load
(Askeri) tahmil etmek
load
yükleme

Tom silahını yüklemeye başladı. - Tom started loading the gun.

Tom kamyona yükleme yapmayı bitirdi. - Tom finished loading the truck.

load
hareketli yük
load
tam yük
load
taşınan miktar
load
{f} yükle

Bagajımızı arabaya yükledik. - We loaded our baggage into the car.

Tom'un kamyonu yüklememe yardımcı olacağını umuyordum. - I was hoping Tom would help me load the truck.

load
(makina/vb.'nin yaptığı) iş
load
şarj
load
{i} sıkıntı
load
yüklenme
end loads
(Nükleer Bilimler) uç yükler
load
doldurmak
load
yük olmak
load
sorumluluk
load
çok yemek
load
yüklenmek
load
katmak
load
hamule
load
çok miktar
load
tıkabasa doldurmak hayat sigortasına zam koymak
load
hediye yağdırmak
load
{f} (silah) doldurmak
load
{f} with (hediye) yağdırmak
load
{i} ağırlık

Bu kutuya çok fala ağırlık yüklersen patlar. - If you load too much weight in this box, it's going to blow up.

load
yükünü vermek
load
{i} mak. direnç
load
yük, yüklemek yüklemek
load
birine tesir ederek haksız hüküm verdirmek
load
hile yapmak için zarı doldurmak
load
(Askeri) DOLDURMAK: Bir ateşli silahı doldurmak
load
fotograf makinaslna film koymak
load

Tom işle o kadar çok meşguldü ki yemek yemeyi unutacaktı. - Tom was so loaded with work that he would forget to eat.

İşte başka bir otobüs dolusu turist geliyor. - Here comes another bus load of tourists.

load
{f} (zar) doldurmak
load
(Tekstil) ağırlaştırmak
load
{i} elek. yük, şarj
load
{f} (fotoğraf makinesine) film koymak
load
{i} endişe, üzüntü, kaygı
loads of
çok
loads of
yığınla
restraint of loads
(Askeri) YÜK TAHDİDİ: Nakliye esnasında yerinden kıpırdamamasını temin edecek bir şekilde bir birliğe veya onun nakliyecisine ait bağlama, raptetme, ambalajlama yöntemi
restraint of loads
(Askeri) yük tahdidi
useful loads
(Ticaret) safi hamule
variable loads
değişken yükler
Englisch - Englisch
plural form of load
Lots, much, plenty, a great deal
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of load
Anything that causes a force to be exerted on a structural member Examples of different types of loads are
A commission charged when you either purchase or sell units in a given investment fund If a fund is front-loaded, it means you’ll pay a fee to acquire units in the fund when you enter the fund If a fund is back-loaded, it means you may pay when you sell the units, but this generally depends on how long you’ve held them With no-load funds, however, there are no entry or exit fees
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{i} lots, large amount, dozens, many, large number
a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed a mountain of newspapers"
third-person singular of load
The equivalent of 13 6m trailer loads Calculated from the volume information
devices that convert electrical energy into other forms of energy
plural of load
loads of
tons of, great amounts of, very large amount of
loads of people
a lot of people, crowd
dynamic loads
plural form of dynamic load
fire loads
plural form of fire load
load
A unit of measure, often equivalent to the capacity of a waggon, but later becoming more specific measures of weight

If this load equals its modern representative, it contains 18 cwt. of dry, 19 of new hay.

load
A worry or concern to be endured, especially in the phrase a load off one's mind
load
The volume of work required to be performed

Will our web servers be able to cope with that load?.

load
To ask or adapt a question so that it will be more likely to be answered in a certain way
load
The electrical current or power delivered by a device

I'm worried that the load on that transformer will be too high.

load
The force exerted on a structural component such as a beam, girder, cable etc

Each of the cross-members must withstand a tensile load of 1,000 newtons.

load
A slang term for semen

Yeah, she was suckin' on me and I blew my load right in her face.

load
A very small explosive inserted as a gag into a cigarette or cigar
load
A burden; a weight to be carried

I struggled up the hill with the heavy load in my rucksack.

load
Used to form nouns that indicate a large quantity, often corresponding to the capacity of a vehicle
load
A certain number of articles or quantity of material that can be transported or processed at one time

She put another load of clothes in the washing machine.

shed loads
plural form of shed load
static loads
plural form of static load
tributary loads
plural form of tributary load
load
{n} a burden, freight, leading vein in a mine
load
{v} to burden, freight, charge, encumber
load
To insert (an item or items) into an apparatus so as to ready it for operation, such as a reel of film into a camera, sheets of paper into a printer etc
load
To put a load on (something)
load
(elec) (meas) The output of one or several electric machines or transformers Load also denotes the POWER carried by a particular circuit F - charge S - carga
load
To adulterate or drug; as, to load wine
load
A sales charge assessed by certain mutual funds (load funds) to cover selling costs A front-end load is charged at the time of purchase A back-end load is charged at the time of sale
load
There are two popular meanings for load The first means to fetch some data or a program from a disk and store it in memory The second indicates the amount of work a component (especially a processor) is being made to do
load
weight to be borne or conveyed
load
an end-use device or an end-use customer that receives power from the electric system Load should not be confused with Demand, which is the measure of power that a Load receives or requires
load
emphasis If you refer to a load of people or things or loads of them, you are emphasizing that there are a lot of them. I've got loads of money His people came up with a load of embarrassing information a load of kids
load
an onerous or difficult concern; "the burden of responsibility"; "that's a load off my mind"
load
A sales charge for buying or selling a mutual fund For initial, or front-end, loads, this figure is expressed as a percentage of the initial investment and is incurred upon purchase of fund shares For back-end loads, the amount charged is based on the lesser of the initial or final value of the shares sold See "Cost Control " BACK TO TOP
load
Short for download and upload If someone asks how long did the page take to load? They are referring to the time it takes a page to appear on your screen If a web page is loading slow it means that it's taking a long time to fully appear on your screen You can often scroll through a page and look at the parts that have loaded while the rest of the page continues to load Also, you can usually click a link on the page you are loading and link to another page without waiting for the current page to fully load
load
A commission paid by an investor to a broker for the purchase or sale of a mutual fund
load
a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time; "the system broke down under excessive loads"
load
{f} fill, burden, pack (with goods, cargo, etc.); overload, supply with an overly large amount; add weight to; put ammunition in a firearm; insert into; oppress, weigh down upon
load
A commission charged by the sponsor of a mutual fund upon the purchase or sale of shares
load
The portion of the price of buying shares in a mutual fund that goes for the salesperson's fees and the costs of making the transaction and maintaining the fund
load
You can refer to the amount of work you have to do as a load. She's taking some of the load off the secretaries
load
put (something) on a structure or conveyance; "load the bags onto the trucks
load
provide with munition; "He loaded his gun carefully"
load
To load a camera or other piece of equipment means to put film, tape, or data into it so that it is ready to use. A photographer from the newspaper was loading his camera with film The data can subsequently be loaded on a computer for processing
load
A device, component, appliance, system, or machine to which an electrical force (voltage) is applied Resistance is inherent in the structure of a load and is an integral part of an electrical or electronic circuit
load
This is a fee paid when investing in a fund There are two common types of load associated with mutual fund investing: front-end loads and back-end loads Front-end loads are initial fees that are charged when you buy into a fund Back-end loads are fees that are incurred when taking your investment out of a fund In our data, only funds with no front-end or back-end loads and with 12b-1 fees of less than 25% are considered no-load funds You should care because you'll have to pay them If a fund charges loads, find out which kind they are and how much they'll cost you, then decide whether you think the fund is worth it You can always choose to invest in pure no-load funds–which means, of course, a smaller pool of funds to choose from
load
A device that consumes or converts the power delivered by another device
load
fill or place a load on; "load a car"; "load the truck with hay"
load
a load off your mind: see mind see also loaded
load
The quantity which can be carried or drawn in some specified way; the contents of a cart, barrow, or vessel; that which will constitute a cargo; lading
load
put (something) on a structure or conveyance; "load the bags onto the trucks"
load
The amount of electric power delivered or required at any specified point on the system Load originates at the equipment of the customer A light bulb is a load
load
the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents
load
The amount of power that is drawn from a utility system at a given point in time The peak load is the highest amount of power drawn down at anyone time, or the utilities maximum capacity or demand
load
Weight or violence of blows
load
The load on something is the amount of weight that is pressing down on it or the amount of strain that it is under. Some of these chairs have flattened feet which spread the load on the ground High blood pressure imposes an extra load on the heart
load
(1) The amount of electrical power required at a given point on a system (2) The average demand on electrical equipment or on an electric system
load
To tamper with so as to produce a biased outcome. Often used figuratively, to indicate the gaining of an advantage
load
The charge of a firearm; as, a load of powder
load
The commission fee (known as a sales charge) paid by an investor who buys shares in a mutual fund or insurance policy A front-end load, perhaps 5 5%, is imposed when an investor first purchases shares in the fund as well as any subsequent shares A back-end load is charged when an investor takes money out of the fund, though this charge usually declines to nothing after five or six years
load
Usually used with up-load or down-load, it means to transfer files or software -- to "load" -- from one computer or server to another computer or server In other words, it's the movement of information online
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A worry or concern to be endured, especially in the phrase a load off ones mind
load
To magnetize
load
That which burdens, oppresses, or grieves the mind or spirits; as, a load of care
load
To fill (a firearm or artillery) with munition
load
a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
load
A load is something, usually a large quantity or heavy object, which is being carried. He drove by with a big load of hay He was carrying a very heavy load
load
(Ticaret) The amount of planned and actual demand placed on a resource for a given time period that determines its requirements and can be used in calculating over- or under-capacity situations
load
The portion of the offering price of shares of open-end investment companies in excess of the value of the underlying assets Covers sales commissions and all other costs of distribution The load is usually incurred only on purchase, there being, in most cases, no charge when the shares are sold (redeemed)
load
electrical device to which electrical power is delivered
load
weight to be borne or conveyed electrical device to which electrical power is delivered the power output of a generator or power plant an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate; "he got a load on and started a brawl"
load
A particular measure for certain articles, being as much as may be carried at one time by the conveyance commonly used for the article measured; as, a load of wood; a load of hay; specifically, five quarters
load
an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate; "he got a load on and started a brawl"
load
goods carried by a large vehicle
load
{i} something carried, burden; unit of measure or weight; capacity; amount of work which must be done (by a person, machine, etc.); something which weighs down on or oppresses; weight which rests on a structure or part
load
The quantity of sediment transported by a current It includes the suspended load of small particles in the water, and the bedload of large particles that move along the bottom
load
When someone loads a weapon such as a gun, they put a bullet or missile in it so that it is ready to use. I knew how to load and handle a gun He carried a loaded gun
load
If you load a vehicle or a container, you put a large quantity of things into it. The three men seemed to have finished loading the truck Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with lasagne They load all their equipment into backpacks She deposited the loaded tray. Load up means the same as load. I've just loaded my truck up The giggling couple loaded up their red sports car and drove off We loaded up carts with all the blankets, bandages, medication, water we could spare She loaded up his collection of vintage wines into crates. + loading load·ing the loading of baggage onto international flights
load
A burden; that which is laid on or put in anything for conveyance; that which is borne or sustained; a weight; as, a heavy load
load
A large number or amount
load
Also known as sales charge The maximum amount charged on the initial purchase of a fund that carries a load, expressed as a percentage of the offer price The percentage may decrease for large purchases of the fund
load
the power output of a generator or power plant
load
The load of a system or piece of equipment, especially a system supplying electricity or a computer, is the extent to which it is being used at a particular time. An efficient bulb may lighten the load of power stations Several processors can share the load of handling data in a single program
load
To transfer from a storage medium into computer memory
load
To read (data or a program) from a storage medium into computer memory
load
Refers to the amount of force placed on the objective piece from either percussion or pressure Load is generally increased when going from pressure flaking to percussion flaking and from soft hammer to hard hammer The application of a force
load
A charge added to mutual funds which covers sales commissions and all other costs of distribution The load, usually a percentage of the money invested in the fund, may be charged as a front-end, on the purchase of the fund, or as a back-end, when the fund is sold or redeemed
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To lay a load or burden on or in, as on a horse or in a cart; to charge with a load, as a gun; to furnish with a lading or cargo, as a ship; hence, to add weight to, so as to oppress or embarrass; to heap upon
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The tire load is a term for the weight placed on a tire The larger the load, the bigger the contact patch which in turn will increase the grip of the tire It is important to understand that the load shifts and changes during a drive In every corner the load is shifted to the side, during acceleration it is shifted to the back, under braking to the front Tires are constantly loaded and unloaded, which needs to be understood by every race driver
load
To fill the bases with runners
load
The work done by a steam engine or other prime mover when working
load
Any component that draws current or power from an electrical circuit
load
The sales charge that some fund companies include when you buy or sell their mutual funds Some funds have a "front-end" load, meaning you pay the sales charge at the time of purchase Some funds have a "back-end" load, meaning the sales charge is paid at the time of the sale
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von loads im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

etek etek heaps, loads
(of)
load
(Mimarlık) allowable load
loads

    Türkische aussprache

    lōdz

    Aussprache

    /ˈlōdz/ /ˈloʊdz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'lOd ] (noun.) 12th century. Middle English lod, from Old English lAd support, carrying; more at LODE.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    loads of

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