loads of something

loads of something
loads of (something) much or many things.

Wadsworth received loads of support from other teachers and parents.

I've heard that story from loads of different people.

I've collected loads of stuff for my scrapbook.

Related vocabulary: a load of something

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  • loads of something — a load of/loads of/something informal phrase a lot of something, often something unpleasant You’re getting yourself into a whole load of trouble. He’s making loads of money. loads (of things) to do …   Useful english dictionary

  • loads of — (something) much or many things. Wadsworth received loads of support from other teachers and parents. I ve heard that story from loads of different people. I ve collected loads of stuff for my scrapbook. Related vocabulary: a load of something …   New idioms dictionary

  • loads — n. lots, large amount, dozens, many, large number ləʊd n. something carried, burden; unit of measure or weight; capacity; amount of work which must be done (by a person, machine, etc.); something which weighs down on or oppresses; weight which… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • (a) load of something — a load of/loads of/something informal phrase a lot of something, often something unpleasant You’re getting yourself into a whole load of trouble. He’s making loads of money. loads (of things) to do …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) load of something — a load of (something) much of something. She s a good student and has a load of friends. Related vocabulary: loads of something …   New idioms dictionary

  • Do Something Different — DSD (Do Something Different) Format Children s, Entertainment Created by BBC Presented by Sam Nixon Mark Rhodes Ayesha Asantewaa Country of origin …   Wikipedia

  • shit load (of something) — Noun. Many, a large number of. Also shitload. E.g. It was a great New Year party there was shit loads of free wine and some really lovely people …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • shit load (of something) — Noun. Many, a large number of. Also shitload. E.g. It was a great New Year party there was shit loads of free wine and some really lovely people …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • load — I UK [ləʊd] / US [loʊd] noun Word forms load : singular load plural loads *** 1) [countable] something that a person or animal carries, especially a large amount of things The men were struggling with their heavy loads. a) [countable] the goods… …   English dictionary

  • load — load1 [ loud ] noun *** 1. ) count something that a person or animal carries, especially a large amount of things: The men were struggling with their heavy loads. a ) count the goods that a vehicle carries: load of: She drove back from the farm… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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