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burden [ 'bə:dn] n.担子,重担;装载量

burden ['bə:dn] n. 担子,负担

减负 alleviate burdens on sb.

学生减负 alleviate the burden on students

血液中所含的病毒數量 viral burden

viral burden 血液中所含的病毒數量

Tourism brings China a lot of benefits. First, it enables the Chinese people to know more about the outside world and promotes friendship and understanding. Second, it is financially beneficial to China, which needs more foreign currencies for its modernization program.
183 Tourism, however, gives rise to a number of problems. For instance, it becomes a burden to inefficient transportation system.

Alleviate enterprises’ social burdens 减轻企业的社会负担

Heavy social burdens 沉重的社会负担

Burden 负担

social burden 社会负担

debt burden 债务负担

fiacal burden 财政负担

heavy social burdens 沉重的社会负担

What a heavy burden is a name that has become famous.

A society that gives to one class all the opportunities for leisure, and to another all the burdens of work, dooms both classes to spiritual sterility.

Knowledge is no burden.

A burden of one's choice is not felt.

An ass endures his burden but not more than his burden.

Many hands make a burden lighter.

None knows the weight of another's burden.

Poverty on an old man's back is a heavy burden.

The burden on likes is cheerfully borne.

包袱 load; weight; burden

包袱 load; weight; burden

包袱 [bāo fu ] /cloth-wrapper/a bundle wrapped in cloth/load/weight/burden/

背 [bēi] /to be burdened/to carry on the back or shoulder/

背包袱 [bēi bāo fú] /have a weight on one's mind/take on a mental burden/

担荷 [dān hè] /shoulder a burden/

担 [dàn] /a picul (133.33 lbs.)/burden/a load/responsibility/

负担 [fù dān] /(bear a) burden/

负担不起 [fù dān bu qǐ] /cannot afford/cannot bear the burden/

负荷 [fù hé] /load/burden/charge/

负重担 [fù zhòng dān] /burdened/

荷 [hè] /peppermint/to carry burden/

驮兽 [tuó shòu] /beast of burden/

{adj: bowed down, loaded down, overburdened, weighed down} heavily burdened with work or cares
"bowed down with troubles"
"found himself loaded down with responsibilities"
"overburdened social workers"
"weighed down with cares"

{adj: burdened, heavy-laden, loaded down} bearing a physically heavy weight or load
"tree limbs burdened with ice"
"a heavy-laden cart"
"loaded down with packages"

{adj: burdened} bearing a heavy burden of work or difficulties or responsibilities
"she always felt burdened by the load of paper work"
<-> unburdened

{adj: burdenless, unburdened} not encumbered with a physical burden or load

{adj: care-laden, heavy-laden} burdened by cares
"all ye that labor and are heavy-laden"-Matt.11:28

{adj: cursed with, stuck with} burdened with
"stuck with the tab"

{adj: jumentous} smelling strongly like a beast of burden
"jumentous urine"

{adj: laden, oppressed} burdened psychologically or mentally
"laden with grief"
"oppressed by a sense of failure"

{adj: mortgaged} burdened with legal or financial obligations
"his house, his business, indeed, his whole life was heavily mortgaged"

{adj: ponderous} having great mass and weight and unwieldiness
"a ponderous stone"
"a ponderous burden"
"ponderous weapons"

{adj: saddled} subject to an imposed burden
"left me saddled with the bill"
"found himself saddled with more responsibility than power"

{adj: unburdened} not burdened with difficulties or responsibilities
"unburdened by an overarching theory"- Alex Inkeles
<-> burdened

{adj: unencumbered} not burdened with cares or responsibilities
"living an unencumbered life"

{adv: entirely, exclusively, solely, alone, only} without any others being included or involved
"was entirely to blame"
"a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children"
"he works for Mr. Smith exclusively"
"did it solely for money"
"the burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone"
"a privilege granted only to him"

{adv: heavy, heavily} slowly as if burdened by much weight
"time hung heavy on their hands"

{adv: lightly, light} with few burdens
"experienced travellers travel light"

{adv: manfully, manly} in a manful manner; with qualities thought to befit a man
"having said her say Peggy manfully shouldered her burden and prepared to break up yet another home"
<-> unmanfully

{n: beast of burden, jument} an animal such as a donkey or ox or elephant used for transporting loads or doing other heavy work

{n: burden of proof} the duty of proving a disputed charge

{n: burden, load, encumbrance, incumbrance, onus} an onerous or difficult concern
"the burden of responsibility"
"that's a load off my mind"

{n: burden} the central idea that is expanded in a document or discourse

{n: burthen} a variant of `burden'

{n: decision, determination, conclusion} the act of making up your mind about something
"the burden of decision was his"
"he drew his conclusions quickly"

{n: domestic ass, donkey, Equus asinus} domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass; patient but stubborn

{n: domestic llama, Lama peruana} used in the Andes as a beast of burden and source of wool; considered a domesticated variety of the guanaco

{n: effect, essence, burden, core, gist} the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work

{n: fardel} a burden (figuratively in the form of a bundle)

{n: imposition} an uncalled-for burden
"he listened but resented the imposition"

{n: load, loading, burden} weight to be borne or conveyed

{n: overload, overburden} an excessive burden

{n: pannier} a large basket (usually one of a pair) carried by a beast of burden or on by a person

{n: porterage} the charge for carrying burdens by porters

{n: porterage} the transportation of burdens by porters

{n: socage} land tenure by agricultural service or payment of rent; not burdened with military service

{n: white man's burden} the supposed responsibility of the white race to provide care for their non-white subjects

{v: burden, burthen, weight, weight down} weight down with a load
<-> unburden

{v: charge, saddle, burden} impose a task upon, assign a responsibility to
"He charged her with cleaning up all the files over the weekend"

{v: clog} impede the motion of, as with a chain or a burden
"horses were clogged until they were tamed"

{v: foot, pick} pay for something
"pick up the tab"
"pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages"
"foot the bill"

{v: lay} impose as a duty, burden, or punishment
"lay a responsibility on someone"

{v: overburden} burden with too much work or responsibility

{v: relieve} free from a burden, evil, or distress

{v: saddle} load or burden ; encumber
"he saddled me with that heavy responsibility"

{v: shoulder} carry a burden, either real or metaphoric
"shoulder the burden"

{v: unburden, disburden} take the burden off ; remove the burden from
"unburden the donkey"
<-> burden

{v: unburden} free or relieve (someone) of a burden

But for O'Neill, his personal 'play " ended on a different note--one fraught with the injustice of a neurological disease and the burden of severe depression.
但对于奥尼尔来说,他人生的 "戏剧 "则以另一种注释而告终-伴随着神经疾病让人感到的不公正以及背上了极度压抑的精神包袱。

She requested Zoe to put Carmen into an orphanage or ashram as she found it too much of a burden looking after the child.

Fertilizer prices, largely tied to the price of natural gas, huge amounts of which go into the manufacture of fertilizer, will continue to represent an enormous and escalating economic burden on modern agriculture, spurring the search for alternatives to synthetic fertilizers.

The United States moved away from loans in the 1980s, but Mr. Pittman said the banks, such as the World Bank and the African Development Bank, continued to make loans, which left many of the poorest African countries with unsustainable debt burdens. He said the shift to grants would go a long way to breaking this cycle.

"It is an historical moment and we are very confident that this treaty is going to save lives," said Douglas Bettcher. "It has already started off a powerful process globally and we are very confident that it is going to continue to do so and it is going to prove itself as a very effective public health tool to really curb this unacceptable burden of disease and death."

Mr. Hoon played down speculation that the U.S. request was timed to give President Bush a boost in his re-election campaign against Senator John Kerry, who has complained that the United States is bearing 90 percent of the burden in the Iraq war."I want to make clear that the request is a military request. And although it is linked to elections, it is not linked to the U.S. elections but with efforts to create the best possible security situation in which to hold the Iraqi elections in January," emphasized Mr. Hoon.

burden(of a instrument transformer) (仪用互感器的)负载

internal burden(of a current transformer) (电流互感器的)内负载

rated burden 额定负载

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