Examples of loading in a Sentence
the accident was caused by an 18-wheeler with a loading in excess of the legal limit
Recent Examples of loading from the Web
Error loading player: No playable sources found Ganga Gautam stood at the back of a high school classroom in Kathmandu, Nepal, helplessly watching as a teenage girl started bleeding.
Where net neutrality stands: Under the Open Internet Order enacted by the FCC in 2015, internet providers cannot block access to content on websites or apps, interfere with loading speeds, or provide favoritism to those who pay extra.
Then, they're transported to the loading area by conveyors and worker-bots.
That is because the fish coming back now went to sea as juveniles during the time of highest sediment loading in the river, just after dam removal.
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By the loading dock, shipping manager Tere Bohorques ensures that the merchandise, boxed for shipment to all 50 states and the Caribbean, makes it aboard the UPS trucks without a hitch.
The ideal scenario would be trading Anthony to a loading-up contender like the Rockets for at least one useful piece in return.
Two red and white Peerless delivery trucks sat in a garage by the loading dock.
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First Known Use of loading
Medical Definition of loading
1a: the amount or degree to which something is or can be loadedb: administration of a factor or substance to the body or a bodily system in sufficient quantity to test capacity to deal with it
2: the relative contribution of each component factor in a psychological test or in an experimental, clinical, or social situation
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