- loads of
- loads of (something)
much or many things.
Wadsworth received loads of support from other teachers and parents.
I've heard that story from loads of different people.Related vocabulary: a load of something
I've collected loads of stuff for my scrapbook.
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loads — n. A large quantity; a lot; as, loads of fun. [informal] [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
loads — adjective Lots, much, plenty, a great deal. Syn: a lot, a thing or two, tons … Wiktionary
Loads — This unusual and interesting name has two possible origins, the first of which is an Anglo Saxon topographical name denoting someone who lived by a road or a watercourse. The derivation is from the Olde English pre 7th Century word lad , itself… … Surnames reference
LOADS — Low Altitute Defense System ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) … Acronyms
LOADS — Low Altitute Defense System ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) … Acronyms von A bis Z
loads — n. lots, large amount, dozens, many, large number lÉ™ÊŠd n. something carried, burden; unit of measure or weight; capacity; amount of work which must be done (by a person, machine, etc.); something which weighs down on or oppresses; weight which… … English contemporary dictionary
loads of — tons of, great amounts of, very large amount of … English contemporary dictionary
loads — Lots … A concise dictionary of English slang
loads — noun a large number or amount made lots of new friends she amassed stacks of newspapers • Syn: ↑tons, ↑dozens, ↑heaps, ↑lots, ↑piles, ↑scores, ↑stacks … Useful english dictionary
loads of something — loads of (something) much or many things. Wadsworth received loads of support from other teachers and parents. I ve heard that story from loads of different people. I ve collected loads of stuff for my scrapbook. Related vocabulary: a load of… … New idioms dictionary