Definition of Loading:
(of a gun, machine, or truck) loaded in a specified way.
An amount that is built in to the insurance cost. This amount covers the operating cost of the insurer, as well as the chance that the insurers losses for that period will be higher than anticipated, and the changes in the interest earned from the insurers investments. This is added to the amount required to cover losses, known as the pure insurance cost.
The application of a mechanical load or force to something.
The application of an extra amount of something to balance some other factor.
Synonyms of Loading
Allocation, Assignment, Bale, Bother, Burden, Burdening, Burthen, Cargo, Charge, Charging, Collocation, Cumber, Cumbrance, Deadweight, Demand, Deployment, Deposit, Deposition, Disposition, Drag, Emplacement, Encumbrance, Exaction, Freight, Freighting, Handicap, Imposing an onus, Imposition, Inconsiderateness, Inconvenience, Incubus, Incumbency, Infliction, Lading, Laying on, Load, Loading down, Localization, Locating, Location, Millstone, Obtrusiveness, Oppression, Overload, Overtaxing, Overweighting, Packing, Pinpointing, Placement, Placing, Positioning, Posting, Pressure, Presumptuousness, Putting, Reposition, Saddling, Situation, Spotting, Stationing, Storage, Stowage, Superincumbency, Surcharge, Tasking, Taxing, Trouble, Unwarranted demand, Weighting
How to use Loading in a sentence?
- The branches of a tree diminish in cross section according to their loading.
- A front-loading dishwasher.
Meaning of Loading & Loading Definition