burden

Burdened vs Burden - What's the difference?

burdened | burden |


As a verb burdened

is (burden).

As a noun burden is

.

Gravity vs Burden - What's the difference?

gravity | burden | Related terms |

Gravity is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between gravity and burden

is that gravity is resultant force on earth's surface, of the attraction by the earth's masses, and the centrifugal pseudo-force caused by the earth's rotation while burden is .

Hinder vs Burden - What's the difference?

hinder | burden | Related terms |

Hinder is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between hinder and burden

is that hinder is (slang|euphemistic) the buttocks while burden is .

As a verb hinder

is to make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle.

As an adjective hinder

is of or belonging to that part or end which is in the rear or hind, or which follows.

End vs Burden - What's the difference?

end | burden | Related terms |

End is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between end and burden

is that end is a key that when pressed causes the cursor to go to the last character of the current line while burden is .

Ponderousness vs Burden - What's the difference?

ponderousness | burden | Related terms |

Ponderousness is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between ponderousness and burden

is that ponderousness is the quality of being ponderous while burden is .

Burden vs Consequence - What's the difference?

burden | consequence | Related terms |

Burden is a related term of consequence.


As nouns the difference between burden and consequence

is that burden is while consequence is consequence.

Design vs Burden - What's the difference?

design | burden | Related terms |

Design is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between design and burden

is that design is design (creative profession or art) while burden is .

Obstruct vs Burden - What's the difference?

obstruct | burden | Related terms |

Obstruct is a related term of burden.


As a verb obstruct

is to block or fill (a passage) with obstacles or an obstacle see synonyms at block.

As a noun burden is

.

Burden vs Force - What's the difference?

burden | force |


As nouns the difference between burden and force

is that burden is while force is force.

Adversity vs Burden - What's the difference?

adversity | burden | Related terms |

Adversity is a related term of burden.


As nouns the difference between adversity and burden

is that adversity is (uncountable) the state of adverse conditions; state of misfortune or calamity while burden is .

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