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a load (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha load (of something)a load (of something) (also loads (of something) British English) informalLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a lot of something We got a load of complaints about the loud music. Don’t worry, there’s loads of timeloads to do/see/eat etc There’s loads to see in Paris. load
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a load (of something)Did you get a load of that accordionist?This is the only ship in our company that can haul a load this big.And the meaning was that homoeopathy is a load of wind.Digestion is suspended and their food lies like a load in the stomach; fullness and distress come on immediately after eating.Sour stomach with wind, regurgitation, reflux, nausea, food sitting like a load, the characteristic taste and salivation.That's a load of rubbish.And all the time it was a load of rubbish.Can I say also what a load of rubbish the story lines are in Coronation Street at the moment.
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