What is a heavy load?

carry a (heavy) load​/​burden ​Definitions and Synonyms phrase. DEFINITIONS1. to have responsibility for something difficult or unpleasant.

What is another way to say heavy load?

What is another word for carry a heavy load?

fret worry
affront bleed
carp chagrin
fume grieve
hassle lose sleep

How heavy is heavy load?

A 2017 Government Accountability Office report identified Marine loads of 90 to 159 pounds, with an average of 117 pounds, and Army loads of 96 to 140 pounds, with an average of 119 pounds. Heavy loads can diminish both cognitive and physical performance.

How do you spell heavy load?

Heavy load definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary.

What is the opposite of heavy weight?

Opposite of very tough or durable in construction. lightweight. delicate. thin. fine.

Which animal carries heavy loads?

Which animals do we use for carrying loads? Answer: Donkey, buffalo, oxen, elephant, horse, camel and yak are used for carrying loads.

Is Heavy an adjective or adverb?

Heavy is mainly used as an adjective but it can also be used as an adverb and even a noun. Apart from its usual adjectival meanings associated with weight, strength and severity, heavy can also be used to mean ‘serious and difficult’, as in ‘I found his new book a bit heavy’.

What is the noun form of heavy?

heavy (adverb) heavy (noun) heavy–duty (adjective) heavy–handed (adjective)

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How do you use load in a sentence?

Noun He lifted the load onto his shoulders. She was carrying a heavy load of legal documents in her briefcase. He picked up a load of firewood and carried it into the house. The truck was carrying a full load of sand.