onerous burden

onerous burden
тяжелое бремя

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  • burden — I n. 1) to bear, carry, shoulder a burden 2) to impose, place a burden on smb. 3) to alleviate, lighten, relieve a burden 4) to share a burden 5) to distribute a burden equitably 6) a crushing, heavy, onerous burden 7) a financial; tax burden 8)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • burden — bur·den n 1: something that is a duty, obligation, or responsibility the prosecution has the burden of proving every element of the offense the statute imposes undue burden s burden of pleading the necessary elements 2 …   Law dictionary

  • Onerous — On er*ous, a. [L. onerosus, fr. onus, oneris, a load, burden: cf. F. on[ e]reux.] Burdensome; oppressive. Too onerous a solicitude. I. Taylor. [1913 Webster] {Onerous cause} (Scots Law), a good and legal consideration; opposed to {gratuitous}.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Onerous cause — Onerous On er*ous, a. [L. onerosus, fr. onus, oneris, a load, burden: cf. F. on[ e]reux.] Burdensome; oppressive. Too onerous a solicitude. I. Taylor. [1913 Webster] {Onerous cause} (Scots Law), a good and legal consideration; opposed to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • onerous — (adj.) c.1400, from O.Fr. onereus, honereus (14c., Mod.Fr. onéreux), from L. onerosus, from onus (gen. oneris) burden (see ONUS (Cf. onus)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • onerous — ► ADJECTIVE 1) involving an oppressive amount of effort and difficulty. 2) Law involving heavy obligations. ORIGIN Latin onerosus, from onus burden …   English terms dictionary

  • onerous — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French honereus, from Latin onerosus, from oner , onus burden; akin to Sanskrit anas cart Date: 14th century 1. involving, imposing, or constituting a burden ; troublesome < an onerous task > 2.… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • burden — noun 1 responsibility/worry ADJECTIVE ▪ enormous, great, heavy, huge, onerous, significant, substantial, terrible, tremendous ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • burden — Capacity for carrying cargo. Something that is carried. Something oppressive or worrisome. A burden, as on interstate commerce, means anything that imposes either a restrictive or onerous load upon such commerce @ burden of going forward The onus …   Black's law dictionary

  • burden — Capacity for carrying cargo. Something that is carried. Something oppressive or worrisome. A burden, as on interstate commerce, means anything that imposes either a restrictive or onerous load upon such commerce @ burden of going forward The onus …   Black's law dictionary

  • onerous — /ownaras/ A contract, lease, share, or other right is said to be onerous when the obligations attaching to it unreasonably counterbalance or exceed the advantage to be derived from it, either absolutely or with reference to the particular… …   Black's law dictionary


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