baich, faich, bwn, bwrn, byrdwn, byrdynau, fwrn, fyrdwn, fyrdynau, lwyth, llwyth, llwythi, maich, mhwn, mwrn, myrdwn, myrdynau, pwn, phwn, lwythi
- baichsy'n dwyn y baichfaichbeichiaufeichus
Noun(1) an onerous or difficult concern(2) weight to be borne or conveyed(3) the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work(4) the central idea that is expanded in a document or discourse
Verb(1) weight down with a load(2) impose a task upon, assign a responsibility to
(1) Significantly, the burden of proving innocence is reversed, because it is presumed until the contrary is shown that the defendant did not have the relevant knowledge.(2) This brings us to Robin Mathews, the burden of my song.(3) Back in those days, I didn't want to burden other people with my pain.(4) The refrain stands at the head and is sung by all: a soloist sings the various stanzas; and all add to each of them the opening burden or refrain.(5) The Tories, most likely to have the main burden of opposition, look at least as unprepared for that responsibility as they appear to be for taking over government.(6) This effort is the burden of his most substantive work to date, Theology and Social Theory.(7) The Court of Appeal in Wilson was surely right to declare that the burden of finding strong arguments should lie on those who wish to criminalize consensual conduct, not on those who wish it to be lawful.(8) Especially in cases of free speech, shouldn't the burden be on the plaintiff to prove infringement?(9) Jacob urged all regional administrations not to further burden the displaced people and to allow their children to be exempt from school tuition fees.(10) Home affordability for those unfortunates who aren't on the ladder must be an absolute disaster given the tax burden and low wages.(11) It is to be found in many cultures and periods, for example in the medieval carol, where the burden represents the A section.(12) Your other children, in particular, may try to deal with their pain alone so as not to burden you with additional worries.(13) Mike grunts from the burden of Tristan's dead weight.(14) Many very poor countries today shoulder the main burden of sheltering the millions who flee war, persecution, environmental devastation and hunger.(15) Would the proposal be that you will carry the burden in the first instance of the argument against the Minister in those two appeals?(16) This is the Private Language Argument, the burden of which is that there can be no such thing as a language invented by and intelligible to a single individual only.
(1) beast of burden :: fwystfilod baich
1. encumbrance ::
2. load ::
3. effect ::
4. load ::
5. saddle ::
6. weight down ::
pwysau i lawr
Different Formsburden, burdened, burdening, burdens, burdensome
Word Example from TV Shows
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It's only a name.
Quite an easy BURDEN to bear.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3
that he might bear this heavy BURDEN.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
Me, either, don't wanna be a BURDEN.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 18
our friendship was
a BURDEN to you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 2
So you can imagine my BURDEN,
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 5
English to Welsh Dictionary: burden
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