One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘iron has to be carried in alternate holds to avoid overloading the ship’
overburden, put too much in, overcharge, encumber, burden, weigh down
2‘you should take care not to overload the electrical wiring’
strain, impose excessive strain on, overtax, stretch, overwork, overuse
deluge, swamp, oversupply, overwhelm, clog, snow under, beset
1‘there was an overload of demands on government’
excess, overabundance, superabundance, profusion, glut, surfeit, surplus, superfluity, more than enough, too many, too much
avalanche, deluge, flood, abundance, plethora, overkill, backlog
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