To load down somebody (or load somebody down) is to give them too much to carry. This phrasal verb is usually passive.
Examples of use:
1. The old lady was loaded down with shopping.
2. We were loaded down with suitcases at the airport.
If you are loaded down with something, such as your work or your studies, you have more than you can cope with.
Example of use:
Bob was so loaded down with work that he had to hire an assistant.
infinitive – load down
present simple – load down and loads down
-ing form – loading down
past simple – loaded down
past participle – loaded down