Definition of "load"
  1. An extra charge, added to the base price of a security or insurance policy, that accounts for marketing costs and distributor profits
How to use "load" in a sentence
  1. The financial analyst considered the impact of the load when analyzing potential investments.
  2. The insurance agent explained that the load would adjust the net premium payable.
  3. To understand the true cost of her investment, she had to calculate the price after factoring in the load.

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