or load-out

[ lohd-out ]

  1. the set of equipment carried into battle: Battleships in the area are likely to have an ammo loadout consistent with a potential ship-on-ship engagement.

  2. any set of items or equipment carried for a specific purpose: The loadout for the archaeological dig included precision equipment and digging tools.

  1. (in a video game) the set of items, abilities, and tools equipped by the player: Seven of the playable characters have a long-range weapon included in their loadout.

Origin of loadout

First recorded in 1980–85; noun use of verb phrase load out “to unload, offload, transfer (a load)” (originally a military usage)

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