[ oh-ver-leyd ]

verb (used with object),o·ver·lad·ed, o·ver·lad·en or o·ver·lad·ed, o·ver·lad·ing.
  1. to overload (usually used in past participle overladen): a table overladen with rich food.

Origin of overlade

Middle English word dating back to 1175–1225; see origin at over-, lade

Words Nearby overlade

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