burden

burden
'bə:dn
1. noun
1) (something to be carried: He carried a heavy burden up the hill; The ox is sometimes a beast of burden (= an animal that carries things).) carga
2) (something difficult to carry or withstand: the burden of taxation.) carga

2. verb
(to put a responsibility etc on (someone): burdened with cares.) cargar a alguien
burden n carga / peso
the donkey is a beast of burden el burro es un animal de carga
burden
tr['bɜːdən]
noun
1 carga
transitive verb
1 cargar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to burden somebody with problems cargar a alguien con problemas
he burdened her with his problems la cargó con sus problemas
to be burdened with tener que cargar con
he's burdened with responsibilities tiene que cargar con muchas responsabilidades
to be a burden to somebody ser una carga para alguien
burden of proof SMALLLAW/SMALL carga de la prueba
tax burden SMALLFINANCE/SMALL gravamen nombre masculino
burden ['bərdən] vt
: cargar, oprimir
burden n
: carga f, peso m
burden
n.
agobio s.m.
bordón s.m.
carga s.f.
cargo s.m.
estribillo s.m.
gabela s.f.
gravamen s.m.
pensión s.f.
peso s.m.
sobrehueso s.m.
yugo s.m.
v.
cargar v.
gravar v.

I 'bɜːrdṇ, 'bɜːdṇ
noun
a) (load) (liter) carga f
b) (encumbrance) carga f

the burden of responsibility — el peso de la responsabilidad

to be a burden to o on somebody — ser* una carga para alguien


II
transitive verb cargar*

to burden somebody with something — \<\<with work\>\> cargarle* a alguien con algo

I don't want to burden you with my problems — no te quiero preocupar con mis problemas

['bɜːdn]
1. N
1) (=load) carga f ; (=weight) peso m
2) (fig) [of taxes, years] peso m , carga f

the burden of proof lies with him — él lleva la carga de la prueba

to be a burden to sb — ser una carga para algn

he carries a heavy burden — tiene que cargar con una gran responsabilidad

to make sb's life a burden — amargar la vida a algn

3) (Naut) arqueo m
4) (=chief theme) [of speech etc] tema m principal
5) (=chorus) [of song] estribillo m
2.
VT cargar (with con)

to be burdened with — tener que cargar con

don't burden me with your troubles — no me vengas con tus problemas

* * *

I ['bɜːrdṇ, 'bɜːdṇ]
noun
a) (load) (liter) carga f
b) (encumbrance) carga f

the burden of responsibility — el peso de la responsabilidad

to be a burden to o on somebody — ser* una carga para alguien


II
transitive verb cargar*

to burden somebody with something — \<\<with work\>\> cargarle* a alguien con algo

I don't want to burden you with my problems — no te quiero preocupar con mis problemas


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