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loaded

[ loh-did ]
/ ˈloʊ dɪd /
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adjective

bearing or having a load; full: a loaded bus.
containing ammunition or an explosive charge: a loaded rifle.
(of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotional or associative significance that hinders rational or unprejudiced consideration of the terms involved in a discourse.
Slang.
  1. having a great deal of money; rich.
  2. under the influence of alcohol; drunk; intoxicated.
  3. under the influence of drugs.
(of dice) fraudulently weighted so as to increase the chances of certain combinations to appear face up when the dice are thrown.
(of a product, building, etc.) including many extra features, accessories, luxuries, or the like: The new model sports car is loaded—air conditioning, a tape deck, real leather seats are all included.

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Idioms for loaded

    loaded for bear, Informal. bear2 (def. 11).

Origin of loaded

1655–65; 1940–45 for def. 4; load + -ed2
well-loaded, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for loaded

loaded
/ (ˈləʊdɪd) /

adjective

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