Translation of lading in Spanish:

lading

carga, n.

Pronunciation /ˈleɪdɪŋ//ˈleɪdɪŋ/

noun

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    (load) carga feminine
    (load) cargamento masculine
    (act) carga feminine
    • Up to c. 1700, Britain's ports had been largely natural coastal or riverside sites, sometimes with quays and wharfs for lading, and beaching vessels at low tide.
    • I also agree with the Arbitrators that delivery against the Bill of lading was not necessary
    • He also included raw materials costs only, skipping lading, storage, overages, and shrinkage.
    • The fifth autumn was rich in golden cornstacks, rising in thick clusters among the distant hedgerows; the wharves and warehouses on the Floss were busy again, with echoes of eager voices, with hopeful lading and unlading.
    • Goods were winched down into their holds and when their lading was complete, tow galleys moved the ships into the harbor where they apparently set sail for whatever port they were bound for.
    • It is used mainly for transportation of coal, iron and steel products and other lading not requiring protection from the weather.