- kutuwayaliokuwa mzigokupunguza mzigounburdens
Verb(1) free or relieve (someone(2) take the burden off; remove the burden from
(1) In the end, she persuades the beast to unburden himself of the guilt which afflicts him by handing over his wealth to her.(2) I just felt the need to unburden myself, that's all.(3) Weren't they ever gripped by the overwhelming urge to unburden themselves, to a taxi driver, say, or a nice barman?(4) ├ö├ç├┐I have told you something in a moment of irresistible desire to unburden my soul which all but a fool would have kept silent as the grave,├ö├ç├û [Mrs Charmond] said.(5) Other alcoholics in golf, including John Daly, Barclay Howard and Brian Barnes, have found it therapeutic to unburden themselves in public, but the healing process may be at too early a stage for Stirling.(6) He wanted to unburden himself and he wanted her opinion on the matters that had been troubling him.(7) He clearly wanted to unburden himself about the way Labour governs the country and Parliament's ├ö├ç├┐shameful├ö├ç├û inability to control the executive.(8) the need to unburden yourself to someone who will listen(9) To be fair, yesterday was all the shades of blue with a gentle breeze and three new species of fish plus a turtle to see, so today is the day to unburden myself.(10) If Nick had anything else to tell him, he could unburden himself at the launch party.(11) Why not unburden yourself in Confession and let his grace flow in your life?(12) I doubt if he will be the one you unburden your soul to.(13) Talking to a Spanish reporter, he chose to unburden himself of almost a year of frustration.(14) I suggested that he should unburden his mind and clear his conscience├ö├ç┬¬ by telling me the full story.(15) Providing a safe and healing environment in which they can unburden themselves of at least some of this load is a healing in and of itself.(16) Government press officers seem to feel entirely unburdened by the need to physically alter the past.
1. open one's heart ::
moyo wazi ya mtu
2. confess ::
3. confide ::
5. come clean ::
6. fess up ::
7. spill one's guts ::
kumwagika guts ya mtu
8. let it all out ::
basi ni wote nje
1. load ::
2. pack ::
Different Formsunburden, unburdened, unburdening, unburdens
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