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loaded

[loh-did] /ˈloʊ dɪd/
adjective
1.
bearing or having a load; full:
a loaded bus.
2.
containing ammunition or an explosive charge:
a loaded rifle.
3.
(of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotional or associative significance that hinders rational or unprejudiced consideration of the terms involved in a discourse.
4.
Slang.
  1. having a great deal of money; rich.
  2. under the influence of alcohol; drunk; intoxicated.
  3. under the influence of drugs.
5.
(of dice) fraudulently weighted so as to increase the chances of certain combinations to appear face up when the dice are thrown.
6.
(of a product, building, etc.) including many extra features, accessories, luxuries, or the like:
The new model sports car is loaded—air conditioning, a tape deck, real leather seats are all included.
Idioms
7.
loaded for bear, Informal. bear2 (def 11).
Origin
1655-1665
1655-65; 1940-45 for def 4; load + -ed2
Related forms
well-loaded, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for well loaded

loaded

/ˈləʊdɪd/
adjective
1.
carrying a load
2.
(of dice, a roulette wheel, etc) weighted or otherwise biased
3.
(of a question or statement) containing a hidden trap or implication
4.
charged with ammunition
5.
(of concrete) containing heavy metals, esp iron or lead, for use in making radiation shields
6.
(slang) wealthy
7.
(postpositive) (slang, mainly US & Canadian)
  1. drunk
  2. drugged; influenced by drugs
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Word Origin and History for well loaded

loaded

adj.

"drunk," slang, 1886, from past participle of load (v.), from expression take one's load "drink one's fill" (1590s). In the sense of "rich," loaded is attested from 1910.

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Slang definitions & phrases for well loaded

loaded

adjective
  1. Drunk: Men should act different when they get loaded/ Jerry got so loaded at the party last night that we were afraid to let him drive home (1886+)
  2. Containing whiskey or other liquor: We sipped our loaded coffee (1930s+)
  3. Intoxicated with narcotics; high, stoned: And then you get loaded and like it (1940s+ Narcotics)
  4. Well supplied; abounding in; lousy with: She's loaded with talent/ He died loaded with honors (1709+)
  5. Wealthy; filthy rich: They're all loaded in that neighborhood (1910+)
  6. Full of information; prepared (1895+ Students)
  7. Carrying significance beyond the obvious or surface meaning: That was a loaded remark (1942+)
  8. Prearranged; biased: The interview was loaded in my favor (1940s+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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