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heavy workload

This page is about the collocation heavy workload

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

If you have a heavy workload, you have a lot of work to do.

For example

  • I had to do Rob's work as well, so I had a very heavy workload.

  • If her workload wasn't so heavy, she wouldn't be so tired all the time.

Quick Quiz

Wendy had a heavy workload, so she

a. asked us to lift it

b. asked us to help her

c. asked for more work

Contributor: Matt Errey