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Adjective: loaded  low-did
  1. Filled with a great quantity
    "a tray loaded with dishes";
    - laden, ladened
  2. (of weapons) charged with ammunition
    "a loaded gun"
  3. (of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence
    "a loaded question"
  4. [informal] Having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value
    "not merely rich but loaded";
    - affluent, flush, moneyed, wealthy, substantial, minted [informal]
  5. [N. Amer, informal] Very drunk
    "I had travelling money and got loaded in the bar downstairs";
    - besotted [archaic], blind drunk [informal], blotto [informal], crocked [N. Amer, informal], cockeyed [informal], fuddled [informal], pie-eyed [informal], pissed [Brit, informal], pixilated [informal], plastered [informal], sloshed [informal], smashed [informal], soaked [informal], soused [informal], sozzled [informal], stiff [informal], tight [informal], wet [informal], lit up [slang], trolleyed [Brit, informal], mullered [Brit, informal], legless [Brit, informal], trollied [Brit, informal], bladdered [Brit, informal], screwed [informal], paralytic [Brit], stonkered [Austral, NZ, informal], fried [N. Amer, informal], swacked [N. Amer, informal], stinko [informal], hammered [informal], trashed [informal], pickled [informal], wasted [informal], stewed [informal], liquored up [N. Amer], tanked up [informal], steaming [informal], juiced [N. Amer, informal], out of it [Brit, informal], blitzed [informal], three sheets to the wind [informal], blootered [UK, dialect], bombed [informal], off one's face [Brit, informal], wrecked [Brit, informal], bevvied [Brit, informal], drunk, pixillated, half-seas-over [Brit, informal]
Verb: load  lowd
  1. Fill or place a load on
    "load the truck with hay"; "load a car";
    - lade [archaic], laden, load up
  2. Provide (a device) with something necessary
    "He loaded his gun carefully"; "load the camera";
    - charge
  3. (computing) transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory
  4. Put (something) on a structure or conveyance
    "load the bags onto the trucks"
  5. Corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones
    - adulterate, stretch, dilute, debase

See also: discriminatory, drunk, full, gone, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, live, prejudiced, rich, ripped [informal], skunked [informal], undischarged, unexploded

Type of: corrupt, fill, fill up, lay, place, pose, position, put, set, spoil, transfer

Antonym: unloaded

Encyclopedia: Loaded, Leather, Moonroof

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