Definition of Load up
1. Verb. Fill or place a load on. "They load up the cart with boxes "; "Load the truck with hay"
Generic synonyms: Fill, Fill Up, Make Full
Specialized synonyms: Load Down, Pack, Bomb Up, Overcharge, Overload, Surcharge, Reload, Stack
Derivative terms: Lading, Load, Load, Loader, Loading
Definition of Load up
1. Verb. (transitive) to give a load to ¹
2. Verb. (intransitive) to get a load ¹
3. Verb. (idiomatic ambitransitive) to fully load (a weapon) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Load up
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"You can load up on ... you load up. Dynamic performance is state-of-the-art. There's acceleration of better than 1500 in/sec-' and slewing speed ..."
2. A Dictionary of Mechanical Science, Arts, Manufactures, and Miscellaneous by Alexander Jamieson (1829)
"... the effort which tends to pull the shaft horse down, and a diminution of 197*47 — 197-404 =z 0-066 Ibs. in the effort which raises the load up the hill. ..."
3. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1899)
"Horses traveling on a road not perfectly level spend a great part of their strength in raising the load up the ascent. When a weight is drawn up an inclined ..."
4. Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal Cities and by Dionysius Lardner (1856)
"... gradients of the road is unfit to draw the same load up those inclinations which form an exception to the general character of the gradients. ..."
5. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1918)
"What does it cost to develop the power required to haul a load up a grade less than the grade of repose? In other words, what is the cost of Class A rise ..."
6. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1903)
"The reserve power to take the load up the hill is (0.25-0.10) X ... The team could probably pull this load up 400 to 500 feet of such a grade. ..."
7. Unexplored Balūchistan: A Survey, with Observations Astronomical by Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer (1882)
"The Telegraph office. —Muhammad of the ruddy face once more turns up.—The Shahzada arrives.—Grand reception, illuminations and band.—load up for ..."
8. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1866)
"Instead of the engine being stopped, and hauling the load up to it, the rope or chain may be carried forward and fixed in advance, and the engine may be ..."