Pronunciation of Over-Loaded
/ˌə͡ʊvəlˈə͡ʊdɪd/, /ˌə‍ʊvəlˈə‍ʊdɪd/, /ˌəʊ_v_ə_l_ˈəʊ_d_ɪ_d/

Synonyms for over-loaded:

busy (adjective)

active, assiduous, buried, diligent, employed, engaged, engrossed, industrious, occupied, on the go, overloaded, persevering, swamped, tied up, unavailable, working, Hustling, Slaving, Snowed, in conference, in the field, already taken, at it, having a full plate, having enough on one's plate, having fish to fry, having many irons in the fire, in a meeting, in someone else's possession, in the laboratory, on assignment, up to one's ears, with a customer, on duty.

overworked (adjective)

exhausted, fatigued, overburdened, strained, stressed, tense, overtaxed, stressed out, under stress, burned out.

packed (adjective)

arranged, awash, brimful, brimming, chock, chock-full, compact, compressed, congested, crowded, filled, jam-packed, jammed, loaded, overflowing, seething, serried, stuffed, swarming, tumid, wrapped, Bundled, Mobbed, Consigned, Crammed, wall-to-wall, full to the gills, packed like sardines, to the roof, up to the hilt, up to the rafters.

top-heavy (adjective)

bulky, cumbersome, imbalanced, lopsided, overweight, tottering, unbalanced, uneven.

burden (verb)

afflict, bear down on, bother, crush, cumber, depress, dish out, hamper, handicap, hinder, impede, lade, load, obligate, overcharge, overload, press, snow, tax, trouble, try, vex, weigh down, worry, snow under, dump on, saddle with, give it to, dish it out, make heavy, stick it to.

cumber (verb)

delay, hold back, inhibit.

deluge (verb)

abound, crowd, engulf, flood, overcome, overcrowd, overrun, oversupply, swamp, teem.

encumber (verb)

block, charge, clog, cramp, discommode, embarrass, hog-tie, hold up, incommode, inconvenience, obstruct, saddle, slow down, trammel, weight, hang up, retard, make difficult.

glut (verb)

cloy, congest, cram, deluge, devour, feast, fill, gorge, hog, jade, overfeed, overstock, pack, pall, raven, sate, satiate, saturate, stuff, surfeit, wolf, make a pig of.

lade (verb)


oppress (verb)

abuse, aggrieve, annoy, beat down, dishearten, dispirit, distress, force, harass, harry, hound, keep down, maltreat, outrage, overpower, overthrow, persecute, plague, ride, rule, sadden, smother, subjugate, suppress, torment, torture, trample, wrong, Despotize, put down, pick on, prey on, put screws to, put upon, tyrranize, weigh heavy upon, put the squeeze on.

overdo (verb)

amplify, belabor, exaggerate, fatigue, hype, magnify, overestimate, overindulge, overplay, overrate, overreach, overstate, overtax, overtire, overuse, overvalue, overwork, pressure, puff, stretch, wear down, lay it on, talk big, pile on, run into the ground, run riot, go too far, do to death, be intemperate, bite off too much, drive oneself, go overboard, make federal case, not know when to stop, strain oneself, wear oneself out.

overload (verb)

burden, encumber, excess, glut, inundate, oppress, overburden, overwhelm, pile, strain.

swamp (verb)

beset, besiege, drench, drown, overflow, sink, submerge, submerse, swallow up, upset, wash, whelm, waterlog.

task (verb)

entrust, exhaust, push, test, weary, weigh.

weigh down (verb)

bear down, get down, press down, pull down, task, hold down, weigh upon.

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