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burden1
noun
1 something to be carried; a load.
2 a duty or obligation, etc which is difficult, exacting or hard to endure.
3 the carrying of a load or loads a beast of burden .
4 naut (also burthen ) the amount of cargo a ship can carry; its capacity.
verb (burdened , burdening )
1 (usu burden someone with something) to weigh them down with a burden, difficulty, problem, etc; to trouble or impose upon them.
2 (sometimes burden something or someone down) to put a load onto it or them.
[Anglo-Saxon in the form byrthen , from beran to bear]


burden2
noun
1 the main theme, especially of a book or speech, etc.
2 a line repeated at the end of each verse of a song; a refrain.
[16c, originally meaning -a bass accompaniment-: from French bourdon a droning sound]


burden of proof
noun
1 law the duty of a litigant or prosecutor (see under prosecute) to prove a fact in the law court.
2 loosely the responsibility for proving something.


burdensome pronunciación
adjective difficult to carry, support or tolerate; onerous.
[16c]


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