transitive verbback-load·ed, back-load·ing, back-loads
- To arrange or plan (a schedule, project, or process, for example) so that a large portion of activity occurs near the end.
- To incur or pay off (expenses, for example) near the end of a fiscal arrangement.
Variant of backload
to defer or postpone (all or the greater part of a financial obligation) until the end of (a contract, budget, etc.)