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Turkish translation of “burden”

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noun [C]
something difficult or unpleasant that you have to deal with or worry about
ağır, yük, sorumluluk, zahmet, zor iş
the burden of responsibility I'd hate to be a burden to you when I'm older.Inconvenience
burden verb [T] to give someone something difficult or unpleasant to deal with or worry about
zahmet vermek, ağır yük yüklemek, sıkıntı vermek
Sorry to burden you with my problems.InconvenienceCausing difficulties for oneself or others
burdensome adjective
Translations of “burden”
in Korean 짐…
in Arabic عِبء…
in French poids écrasant, fardeau…
in Italian peso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 負荷,重負, 負擔,重擔…
in Russian обуза…
in Polish ciężar…
in Spanish carga…
in Portuguese obrigação, estorvo, fardo…
in German die Bürde, die Last…
in Catalan càrrega, pes…
in Japanese (精神的な)重荷, 負担…
in Chinese (Simplified) 负荷,重负, 负担,重担…
(Definition of burden from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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