fardel definition

  • noun:
    • A pack; big money.
    • an encumbrance.
    • A fourth component; a quarter.
    • a lot of money or burden
    • big money or bit pack; thus, a weight.
    • a lot of money or pack; a weight; therefore, such a thing cumbersome or irksome.
    • A fourth component: a vintage law term.—
    • an encumbrance (figuratively by means of a lot of money)
    • A pack; a lot of money.
    • A burden.
    • A fourth part; a-quarter.
    • a lot of money or burden
    • a lot of money or little bring; hence, a weight.
    • A pack; a bundle.
    • an encumbrance.
    • A fourth part; 25 %.
    • a bundle or burden
    • A bundle or bit bring; ergo, a weight.
    • a lot of money or pack; a weight; thus, anything cumbersome or irksome.
    • A fourth part: an old law term.—
    • an encumbrance (figuratively in the form of a bundle)
    • a lot of money or pack; an encumbrance; therefore, anything cumbersome or irksome.
    • A fourth component: a classic legislation term.—
    • an encumbrance (figuratively in the shape of a bundle)
  • verb:
    • to help make up in fardels.
    • which will make up in fardels.
    • In order to make up in fardels.
  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make up in fardels.
    • to create up in fardels.
    • to help make up in fardels.
  • others:
    • to produce up in packages or bundles.
    • to help make up in packages or bundles.
    • to create up in packages or packages.

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