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lade Saltos de línea: lade

Definición de lade en inglés:

verbo (past participle ladenˈleɪd(ə)n)

[with object] archaic
1Put cargo on board (a ship).
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Slyly, he let it be known that Elissa was working on his behalf and he put her in charge of lading the boats.
1.1Ship (goods) as cargo: the surplus products must be laden on board the vessels
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Mahabir said he returned to India when the rice was shipped and brought back samples of what had been laded.
1.2 [no object] (Of a ship) take on cargo: vessels lade there

Origen

Old English hladan, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German laden 'to load', also to ladle and perhaps to lathe.

Palabras que riman con lade

abrade, afraid, aid, aide, ambuscade, arcade, balustrade, barricade, Belgrade, blade, blockade, braid, brigade, brocade, cannonade, carronade, cascade, cavalcade, cockade, colonnade, crusade, dissuade, downgrade, enfilade, esplanade, evade, fade, fusillade, glade, grade, grenade, grillade, handmade, harlequinade, homemade, invade, jade, laid, lemonade, limeade, made, maid, man-made, marinade, masquerade, newlaid, orangeade, paid, palisade, parade, pasquinade, persuade, pervade, raid, serenade, shade, Sinéad, staid, stockade, stock-in-trade, suede, tailor-made, they'd, tirade, trade, Ubaid, underpaid, undismayed, unplayed, unsprayed, unswayed, upbraid, upgrade, wade

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