English words and Examples of Usage

use "burden" in a sentence

'Having this many instruments in the studio is a burden,' he says.

Why add to the burden, to the things that are heaped on us already?

"If we did not send them they would have been a burden to Thailand.

Greece also wants creditors to help to ease its enormous debt burden.

The burden to states could mount to $13 billion in less than a decade.

We know that buying a new HVAC unit is a financial and emotional burden.

Still, he says he had a lot of sleepless nights, given the heavy burden.

Let them pop as many pills as they want and save us the tax burden later.

A physical and emotional burden that was already enormous just got bigger.

"It became a huge burden for me to go through treatment in that situation.

Two countries in Europe bear the biggest burden: Germany and Sweden.

Burden's appearance before a judge in Saint John lasted less than a minute.

“When it comes to policy toward China, the UK bears no geopolitical burden.

This isn’t the point of the season to burden some players with 120 minutes..

The core powers, Germany and France, refuse to bear the burden alone.

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