work load work load


  • (n) work that a person is expected to do in a specified time


  1. Harry Blackmun is described as having to struggle to keep up with the court's work load but, growing in self-confidence and independence, he increasingly joins the group.
  2. And Pope Paul, who also greatly admired Lercaro, had to cut down on his work load and leave many decisions to others.
  3. In the boiler room, Kamagi, a six-armed troll, keeps stern watch over dozens of soot-ball slaves cute vermin, thrilled when Chihiro shows up to lighten their work load.


  • Rain keeping plumbers hard at work

    After 16 straight days of rain Chuck Brown with Rescue Rooter plumbing is working 16 hour days trying to keep up with the work load.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: 19 Action News Cleveland

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