Definition of laden in English:

laden

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Pronunciation: /ˈleɪd(ə)n
 
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adjective

Heavily loaded or weighed down: a tree laden with apples [in combination]: the moisture-laden air
More example sentences
  • Oftentimes, I was amazed at his strength as he carried metal trays heavily laden with a dozen or more full 2 litre milk bottles.
  • Hughes' image of the psychic journey Oedipus must undertake, groping his way toward the final and horrible truth of his own actions, is heavily laden with guilt.
  • But names such as The Devils, The Angels, or The Saints would have been accepted despite the fact that they are heavily laden with religious connections.
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Origin

late 16th century: past participle of lade.

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