Translation of loaded in Spanish:

loaded

Pronunciation: /ˈləʊdəd; ˈləʊdɪd/

adj

  • 1 1.1 [vehicle/gun/camera] cargado
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    • Five minutes after we are off the tracks comes a loaded freight train rolling at a solid clip.
    • Just then, Mother was carrying a loaded platter of pancakes to the table.
    • A loaded logging truck carries anywhere from 45 to 100 cubic metres of wood.
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    • However, for those of you serious about taking your arm development even further, the use of an supplement may be the edge you need to turn your guns into loaded cannons.
    • The only sure way is to have a gun on one's person at all times or a loaded firearm within very easy reach no matter where one happens to be.
    • Dropping a loaded firearm is not so much a gross violation of gun etiquette as it is an invitation to a lawsuit.
    1.2 (richly provided) (pred) to be loaded with sth estar* repleto or plagado de algo 1.3 (weighted) [dice] cargado; [question/remark] tendencioso
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    • How do the conmen work-sleight of hand; marked cards; switched or loaded dice, it's all here.
    • The casino also cheats, using loaded dice, and when Vaughn spots this the casino security beat him up and leave him for dead.
    • The situation is analogous to rolling loaded dice: one could, if one was so inclined, construct a set of dice where sixes occur twice as often as normal.
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    • True, there are limitations in the survey method - a small collection of questions, often with loaded wording, with a small number of possible answers.
    • Avoid making loaded statements or using words as weapons: ‘What a stupid thing to do!’
    • If you don't give an answer to a loaded question but instead protest its loading, sometimes you are accused of dodging it.

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