- adj.载重的，有负荷的; 充满…的; 〈美俚〉喝醉了的; 〈美俚〉富有的;
- v.把…装上车[船]( load的过去式); 装…;
a fully loaded truck
She deposited the loaded tray.
He carried a loaded gun.
Soldiers were loaded with blankets and supplies.
She loaded me down with around a dozen cassettes.
The data can subsequently be loaded on a computer for processing.
The giggling couple loaded up their red sports car and drove off.
Traffic from Jordan to Iraq is down to a dozen loaded lorries a day, compared with a high of 200 a day.
Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with lasagne.
She loaded up his collection of vintage wines into crates.
She'd been so terrified that she had armed herself with a loaded rifle.
They were loaded on the railway trucks to go to Liverpool.
Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with stuffed flounder.
The press is loaded in favour of this present government.
The President's visit is loaded with symbolic significance.
The phrase is loaded with irony.
They had come up from London loaded down with six suitcases.
I've just loaded my truck up.
They loaded themselves with food, medical supplies, and oxygen equipment.
他们携带了食物 、 医疗器具和氧气设备.
They loaded the ship with coal.
All her attempts to find a better job were unsuccessful; It'seemed that the dice were loaded against her.
They loaded the lorry up.
They loaded us down with gifts.
The poor car was completely loaded down with all my bags.
He seemed loaded down with the burdens of office.
The vessel is fully loaded with cargo for Shanghai.
He shouldered the loaded carrying pole and walked off with a swing.
The soldiers loaded and discharged with great rapidity.
The ship is fully loaded with rice.
We celebrated by getting loaded on champagne.
He did serious damage to a loaded truck.
The processes take place to stop our brains becoming loaded with memories.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 七选五 选项收起真题例句
1. filled with a great quantity;
"a tray loaded with dishes"
"table laden with food"
"`ladened' is not current usage"
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. having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value;
"an affluent banker"
"a speculator flush with cash"
"not merely rich but loaded"
5. very drunk
loaded for bear
- loaded remark
In spite of your numerous loaded remarks, I do hope you will return sometime when it is convenient.
- loaded remark