unburdening


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un·bur·den

 (ŭn-bûr′dn)
tr.v. un·bur·dened, un·bur·den·ing, un·bur·dens
To free from or relieve of a burden or trouble: unburden one's mind.
Translations

unburdening

n desahogo
References in classic literature ?
I never was so happy; in all my life I never was!' The worthy soul hid her face in her handkerchief, and sobbed aloud; for it was the first opportunity she had had of unburdening her heart, and it would have its way.
Georgiana, when not unburdening her heart to me, spent most of her time in lying on the sofa, fretting about the dulness of the house, and wishing over and over again that her aunt Gibson would send her an invitation up to town.
Wolfert had long been sorely oppressed in mind by the golden secret, and as a family physician is a kind of father confessor, he was glad of any opportunity of unburdening himself.
The focus of the conference, which brought together more than 200 businesses, representatives of the executive and legislative branches and international organizations, is the "Initiative 20 + 5 + 6", which is a set of proposals for new laws, amendments to existing laws, and amendments to bylaws, aimed at unburdening the economy and improving the business climate in the country.
But by unburdening herself 18 months ago, she took control back again.
ANDY Murray movingly unburdening himself of the Dunblane massacre, on BBC1's The Man Behind The Racquet.
Says the press release: "Dr Stuart's O'Harbal Tea is set to retail at PS34,900 a pack which forms part of the product's unique de-stressing formula; unburdening footballers of their excessive financial woes, the extraordinary herbal tea regresses footballers back to a point in time when they were most happiest - earning PS100 a week.
And why is this man (allegedly a victim of childhood abuse, an uncaring mother and banishment to boarding school at three) unburdening himself to whatever programme will give him airspace?