- to defer to a later date, as wages, benefits, or costs: The union agreed to back-load pay raises.
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Examples from the Web for back-load
Barth; a back-load of rushes, straw, heath, &c. Irish beart.English As We Speak It in Ireland
P. W. Joyce
Bent's pikau, or back-load, consisted of about thirty pounds weight of honey in taha and two large eels, all in a flax basket.The adventures of Kimble Bent
And the transcontinental lines brought the Hawaiian sugar, also as a back-load against a predominance of westbound tonnage.
The Gulf lines brought the Louisiana product, partly as a back-load against exported grain.
They stored their things in a shop whose proprietor Amesbury knew, each carrying a back-load up from the river.The Wilderness Castaways