Definition of carbo-load in English:

carbo-load

Syllabification: car·bo-load
Pronunciation: /ˈkärbōˌlōd
 
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verb

[no object]
Eat large amounts of carbohydrates, as in preparation for athletic endurance.
More example sentences
  • Around three days before the event start carbo-loading with the special products found in all cycle and sports stores.
  • Mornings, pace yourself on a spiderweb of trails through the Pisgah National Forest; after lunch, sit in on talks by Nike pros and carbo-load on fresh-baked bread in the dining hall.
  • The trout arrived firm and fresh, and thankfully the portion of potatoes was of a suitable but not excessive size, so that I was not confronted with enough spuds to carbo-load for a marathon.

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