- 1The application of a mechanical load or force to something: the branches of a tree diminish in cross section according to their loadingMore example sentences
- In this study we combined simultaneous mechanical loading and visualization of the microstructural components in the same arterial specimen.
- We tested the role of desmin in initiating such pathways via direct visualization of muscle nuclei before and during mechanical loading.
- Therefore, we selected 5000 cycles of loading to simulate such mechanical conditions.
- 2An increase in an insurance premium due to a factor increasing the risk involved.More example sentences
- Insurance policy loading could have a major impact in Scotland, which has one of the worst obesity levels in Europe.
- Mr O'Sullivan believes that if the EU gives the go-ahead for the new scheme the entry premium loading could slip in unnoticed by many consumers by the end of June.
- He also gave assurances on funding and promised a proposal for the Government to pay the loading on haemophiliacs's insurance premiums would be looked at in September.
- 2.1Australian An increment added to a basic wage for special skills or qualifications.More example sentences
- Want says the slip shows clearly the employee is not receiving the appropriate loading under the award.
- Additional shifts were voluntary and no loading paid on the standard rate for additional hours.
- The next increase will apply on the 4 April 2002 and will take the minimum loading for casual workers up to 23%.
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- (Of a gun, machine, or lorry) loaded in a specified way: a front-loading dishwasherMore example sentences
- Front loading washing machines are often used where top surface access is limited.
- Based on these advantages and disadvantages, the front load washer is the clear winner and is generally the most preferred.
More definitions of loadingDefinition of loading in:
- The US English dictionary