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Oxford dictionary definition of the word burden:
1a load, typically a heavy one.
a duty or misfortune that causes worry, hardship, or distress:
the tax burden on low-wage earners
the main responsibility for achieving a specified aim or task:
the burden of establishing that the authority had misused its powers rests upon the prosecution
a ship’s carrying capacity; tonnage:
the schooner Wyoming, of about 6,000 tons burden
2 (the burden) the main theme or gist of a speech, book, or argument.
3 archaic the refrain or chorus of a song.
she walked forwards burdened with a wooden box
cause (someone) worry, hardship, or distress:
they were not yet burdened with adult responsibility
burden of proof
the obligation to prove one’s assertion.
Old English byrthen, of West Germanic origin; related to bear1