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Meaning of “a load/weight off your mind” in the English Dictionary

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a load/weight off your mind

an ​occasion when a ​problem that has been ​worrying you ​stops or is ​dealt with: I'm so ​relieved that I don't have to make a ​speech - it's such a ​weight off my mind!
(Definition of a load/weight off your mind from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “a load/weight off your mind”
in Chinese (Simplified) 卸下了思想上的重负,心上的石头落了地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卸下了思想上的重負,放下了心頭大石…
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