have all the cares of the world on your shoulders Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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have all the cares of the world on your shoulders

to be very worried by many different problems: You look as if you have all the cares of the world on your shoulders.
Translations of “have all the cares of the world on your shoulders”
in Chinese (Traditional) 心事重重, 憂心忡忡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忧虑重重, 忧心忡忡…
(Definition of have all the cares of the world on your shoulders from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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