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dis·bur·den

 (dĭs-bûr′dn)
v. dis·bur·dened, dis·bur·den·ing, dis·bur·dens
v.tr.
1.
a. To relieve (a pack animal, for example) of a burden.
b. To free of a burden or trouble: disburden one's mind.
2. To unload: disburdened the goods in the shipping room.
v.intr.
To unload a burden.

dis·bur′den·ment n.

disburden

(dɪsˈbɜːdən)
vb
1. to remove a load from (a person or animal)
2. (Self-help) (tr) to relieve (oneself, one's mind, etc) of a distressing worry or oppressive thought
disˈburdenment n

dis•bur•den

(dɪsˈbɜr dn)

v.t.
1. to remove a burden from; rid of a burden.
2. to relieve of anything oppressive or annoying.
3. to get rid of (a burden); discharge; unload.
v.i.
4. to unload a burden.
[1525–35]
dis•bur′den•ment, n.

disburden


Past participle: disburdened
Gerund: disburdening

Imperative
disburden
disburden
Present
I disburden
you disburden
he/she/it disburdens
we disburden
you disburden
they disburden
Preterite
I disburdened
you disburdened
he/she/it disburdened
we disburdened
you disburdened
they disburdened
Present Continuous
I am disburdening
you are disburdening
he/she/it is disburdening
we are disburdening
you are disburdening
they are disburdening
Present Perfect
I have disburdened
you have disburdened
he/she/it has disburdened
we have disburdened
you have disburdened
they have disburdened
Past Continuous
I was disburdening
you were disburdening
he/she/it was disburdening
we were disburdening
you were disburdening
they were disburdening
Past Perfect
I had disburdened
you had disburdened
he/she/it had disburdened
we had disburdened
you had disburdened
they had disburdened
Future
I will disburden
you will disburden
he/she/it will disburden
we will disburden
you will disburden
they will disburden
Future Perfect
I will have disburdened
you will have disburdened
he/she/it will have disburdened
we will have disburdened
you will have disburdened
they will have disburdened
Future Continuous
I will be disburdening
you will be disburdening
he/she/it will be disburdening
we will be disburdening
you will be disburdening
they will be disburdening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disburdening
you have been disburdening
he/she/it has been disburdening
we have been disburdening
you have been disburdening
they have been disburdening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disburdening
you will have been disburdening
he/she/it will have been disburdening
we will have been disburdening
you will have been disburdening
they will have been disburdening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disburdening
you had been disburdening
he/she/it had been disburdening
we had been disburdening
you had been disburdening
they had been disburdening
Conditional
I would disburden
you would disburden
he/she/it would disburden
we would disburden
you would disburden
they would disburden
Past Conditional
I would have disburdened
you would have disburdened
he/she/it would have disburdened
we would have disburdened
you would have disburdened
they would have disburdened
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disburden - take the burden offdisburden - take the burden off; remove the burden from; "unburden the donkey"
remove, take away, withdraw, take - remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
lighten - reduce the weight on; make lighter; "she lightened the load on the tired donkey"

disburden

verb
1. To free from or cast out something objectionable or undesirable:
Slang: shake.
2. To remove the cargo or load from:
Translations

disburden

[dɪsˈbɜːdn] (frm) VTdescargar
to disburden o.s. ofdescargarse de

disburden

vt (lit, fig)entlasten
References in classic literature ?
Seth's soul rushed to his eyes and lips: he had never yet confessed his secret to Adam, but now he felt a delicious sense of disburdenment, as he answered, "Aye, Addy, I do love her--too much, I doubt.
The intention of these films as produced by the they for the they is disburdenment.
The machinery of a device, on the other hand, makes no demand on our skill, it comes from somewhere else, it has no context excepting its utilization in the disburdenment of our struggles with darkness, cold, and food.