classload

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

class +‎ load

Noun[edit]

classload (plural classloads)

  1. The amount of work allocated to students taking a class.
    • 2007 December 1, Pete Thamel, “When Football Moves to the Head of the Class”, New York Times:
      Some say this is another example of how little academics matter in major college sports, but others see the light classload as a reward for a job well done and as a way for a player to concentrate on the team.

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