containing bullets, film etc:
a loaded pistol
a loaded vehicle or container is full of things:
a loaded trailer
She came back carrying a loaded tray.
a truck loaded with bananas
rich[not before noun] informal
Giles can afford it - he's loaded.
full of a particular quality, or containing a lot of something:
snacks loaded with fat
a collection of paintings loaded with cultural significance
a loaded word, statement etc has more meanings than you first think and is intended to influence the way you think:
He `deserved' it? That's a loaded word.
There was a loaded silence.
a question that is unfair because it is intended to affect your opinions and make you answer in a particular way
➔ leading questionat leading1 (4)
drunk[not before noun] American English informal
Greg used to come home loaded almost every night.
used to say that someone or something is unlikely to succeed or win
used to say that a system, situation, or organization is unfair and some people have a disadvantage [= biased]:
The justice system is loaded against people from ethnic minorities.
dice that have weights in them so that they always fall with the same side on top, used to cheat in games