What is the Meaning of LOAD UP?
load up s.o./s.t.
load s.o./s.t. up
put a large amount of something in someone’s arms, on someone’s plate, etc.
1. We loaded up on snacks and headed to the basement to watch movies.
2. I think if we load up both our cars, we can move all your boxes to your new apartments in 3 or 4 trips.
3. My boss has really loaded my calendar up this month.
Note: Many phrasal verbs have more than one definition. The definition and example 1 above are for the online course below.