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laden

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verb lad·en \ˈlā-dən\

Definition of laden

ladened

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ladening

play \ˈlād-niŋ, ˈlā-dən-iŋ\
  1. transitive verb
  2. :  lade heavily ladened with equipment — Isabel M. Lewis

Examples of laden in a sentence

  1. laden a ship with emergency medical supplies

Origin and Etymology of laden

see lade


First Known Use: 1514


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laden

adjective lad·en

Definition of laden

  1. :  carrying a load or burden

Origin and Etymology of laden

see lade


First Known Use: before 12th century


LADEN Defined for English Language Learners


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laden

adjective lad·en

Definition of laden for English Language Learners

  • : loaded heavily with something : having or carrying a large amount of something


LADEN Defined for Kids

laden

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adjective lad·en \ˈlā-dən\

Definition of laden for Students

  1. :  heavily loaded The truck was laden with gravel.



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