- 载 [zài]
- （装载） load; carry; hold:
fully load; 满载
overload; 超载- （充满道路） (the road) be filled with:
Complaints are heard all over.; Popular grievances are openly voiced everywhere. 怨声载道。
Whirling snow swept over the road. 风雪载途。
- （姓氏） a surname:
Zai Hui 载晖
- （又; 且） and; as well as; while:
talking and laughing at the same time 载笑载言
- 载 [zǎi]
- （年） year:
six to twelve months; six months to a year; 一年半载
three to five years; 三年五载
- （记载） put on record; write down:
publish in newspapers or magazines; 登载
Today's papers carry full reports of the President's visit.
The maximum load for this lorry is one ton.
The truck was heavily loaded.
Too heavy a load will strain the rope to its breaking point.
The boat received a heavy load.
The merchant decided to use camels to carry his goods across the desert.
The train carries many passengers.
A road bridge has to carry a lot of traffic.