(a) load of something

(a) load of something
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:

I’ve got loads to do today.

Thesaurus: large quantities or amountssynonym large amounts or quantities of a specific kindhyponym
Main entry: load

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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