Backload

Backload,

Definition of Backload:

  1. Place more charges at the later stages of (a financial agreement) than at the earlier stages.

  2. A load transported on the return journey of a delivery truck.

  3. Non revenue-generating load carried by a vehicle during backhaul.

  4. Transport a load on a return journey.

How to use Backload in a sentence?

  1. The agreement was backloaded.

Meaning of Backload & Backload Definition