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load someone or something down (with someone or something)

to burden someone or something with someone or something. Don't load down my car with too many people. Tom loaded himself down with work every weekend.
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load down

v.
1. To give someone or something too much weight to carry: The driver loaded the truck down with cement. I loaded down the car with crates of groceries. The students' backpacks are loaded down with books.
2. To give someone too much work to do: My boss loaded me down with a lot of paperwork. The new professor loaded down the class with homework.
See also: down, load
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If you can't compete with them using full loads then you should load down.
The company reports they are able to maintain a strong cash flow, but one of their goals is to reduce their debt load down to $500 million.
This would surely bring the power load down during daytime.
But drop the load down a little, and you'll find your gun full of it.
They also used each product's traffic generator to load down the LAN, and introduced common LAN errors - a bad LAN adapter, excessive LAN traffic, and an invalid IP address - to the LAN.
To put the load down, bend knees, keep back straight.
Your idea is for truckers to use your website so that customers who want freight carried can, for example, log on and see that there's a 40ft-container lorry coming from London to Manchester on, say, Thursday night that will be able to take a load down to London on Friday morning.