caseload

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

case +‎ load

Noun[edit]

caseload (plural caseloads)

  1. The workload of a person or group that handles cases; the relative volume of cases expected to be worked upon.
    As a public defender, Jonas had a crushing caseload and never felt that he could prepare his clients' defenses properly.

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