Sinônimos de burden
something that is difficult to bearHaving more responsibility at work felt like a burden to him.
You've caused a lot of trouble.
He never seemed to have a care in the world.
His last years were overshadowed by financial worry.
the trials of adolescence
The 600 properties were his responsibility.
Katy could not think clearly when under stress.
The prison service is already under considerable strain.
His voice was full of anxiety.
the joys and sorrows of family life
Hay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
The onus was on the Italians to find a solution.
The contract proved to be a millstone around his neck.
something that is carriedShe heaved her burden into the back.
to weigh downWe decided not to burden him with the news.
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Overcrowding has taxed the city's ability to deal with waste.
Greater levels of stress may seriously handicap some students.
The atmosphere in the room oppressed her.
an effective method that will not overload staff with more paperwork
fishermen encumbered with bulky clothing and boots
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in the sense of affliction
something that causes physical or mental sufferingHay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
in the sense of anxiety
a state of uneasiness about what may happenHis voice was full of anxiety.
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