Definition of loadsa in English:

loadsa

Line breaks: loadsa
Pronunciation: /ˈləʊdzə
 
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contraction

Loads of (in the sense ‘lots’ representing non-standard use): Bond gets to shoot loadsa bad guys
More example sentences
  • Next came the main course, ham salad - the faintest hint of ham and loadsa lettuce.
  • There's loadsa claret, and it mashes the face up something shocking, but the brain gets jarred around less, so you are less likely to end up a cabbage.
  • If you can come up with a name and he chooses it for his new pub, you will win a VIP night, including loadsa free drink, at the boozer's opening night.

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