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English definition of “be/take a weight off your mind”

be/take a weight off your mind

to allow you to stop worrying about a particular thing: It's a great weight off my mind to know that the building is finally finished. It was a weight off my mind knowing that our finances were taken care of.
(Definition of be/take a weight off your mind from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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