From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget a load of somebody/somethingget a load of somebody/somethingspokenLOOK ATLISTEN used to tell someone to look at or listen to something that is surprising or funnyGet a load of this! Your stars say you are going to meet someone who’s rich. →load
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get a load of somebody/something• Get a load of Ted's new haircut!• They'd all got loads of money.• And get a load of these turn signals.• I got loads of plants now.• I got loads of them now - mostly different colours.• Marie's got loads of friends, and they all came to say goodbye.• What delight to behave really badly and still get loads ofsympathy!• We've got loads of time.• Did you get a load of that accordionist?