• Definition for "disburden"
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  • Verb Forms for "disburden"

disburden definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To relieve (a pack animal, including) of a burden.
    • To relieve (a pack animal, for instance) of an encumbrance.
    • To free of a weight or trouble: disburden an individual's brain.
    • To free of an encumbrance or difficulty: disburden your brain.
    • To unload: disburdened the products into the delivery space.
    • To rid of a burden; to without a load borne or from anything oppressive; to unload; to disencumber; to relieve.
    • To unload: disburdened items inside delivery area.
    • To reduce an encumbrance; to free from a lot borne or from some thing oppressive; to unload; to disencumber; to relieve.
    • to alleviate (a pack pet, like) of an encumbrance.
    • To without any a weight or trouble: disburden an individual's brain.
    • To unload: disburdened items when you look at the delivery room.
    • To rid of a burden; to clear of lots borne or from anything oppressive; to unload; to disencumber; to ease.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To unload a burden.
    • to alleviate one's self of an encumbrance; to help relieve the mind.
    • To unload a burden.
    • to alleviate a person's self of an encumbrance; to help relieve your brain.
    • To unload a burden.
    • to ease one's self of a weight; to ease your brain.
  • verb:
    • to remove the load from a pack animal, or unload an automobile etc
    • to get rid of a source of mental difficulty
    • to get rid of the strain from a pack pet, or unload a car etc
    • to remove a source of emotional difficulty
    • make the burden off; remove the burden from
    • use the burden off; take away the burden from
    • to eliminate force from a pack pet, or unload an automobile etc
    • to remove a source of emotional trouble
    • use the burden off; eliminate the burden from
  • others:
    • To remove an encumbrance from; gone a weight; relieve of something weighty, oppressive, or aggravating; disencumber; unburden; unload.
    • To lay-off or apart as oppressive or irritating; eliminate; relieve one's self of.
    • Synonyms To disencumber, no-cost, lighten, discharge, disembarrass.
    • to relieve your brain; be relieved.
    • to eliminate an encumbrance from; gone a burden; relieve of something weighty, oppressive, or aggravating; disencumber; unburden; unload.
    • To lay off or aside as oppressive or annoying; get rid of; relieve one's self of.
    • Synonyms To disencumber, free, lighten, release, disembarrass.
    • to relieve your head; be relieved.
    • To remove an encumbrance from; rid of a weight; relieve of everything weighty, oppressive, or annoying; disencumber; unburden; unload.
    • To lay-off or aside as oppressive or annoying; get rid of; ease a person's self of.
    • Synonyms To disencumber, no-cost, lighten, discharge, disembarrass.
    • to relieve your head; be relieved.
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