Load up : English Phrasal Verb : Online English Lessons

To load up something (or load something up) is to put a lot of things, or something heavy, into a vehicle or machine.

Examples of use:
1. Can you load up the washing machine and switch it on while I’m at work, please?

2. The workmen loaded up the truck.

3. I’ll just load up the car with our luggage and then we’ll set off.

infinitive – load up

present simple – load up and loads up

-ing form – loading up

past simple – loaded up

past participle – loaded up