burden with

burden someone or something with someone or something

to bother or weigh down someone or something with someone or something. Please don't burden us with the bad news at this time. I don't want to burden the school with a troublesome child.
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burden someone with something

to give unpleasant information to someone; to give someone some bad news. I hate to burden you with this, but your cat ran away. I wish I had not been burdened with all the facts.
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At step 2 the interaction of subjective burden with objective burden and the interaction of subjective burden with severity of the mental illness were entered to examine whether the level of subjective burden moderated the relationship between objective burden and caregivers' rewards.
The significant predictors of instrumental support were the objective burden and the interaction of subjective burden with objective burden (Table 4).
The significant predictors of emotional support were the subjective burden and the interaction of subjective burden with objective burden.
Because of the underlying differences in tax base, it is misleading to simply compare California's tax burden with all the other 49 states.
As a result, Fitch reviewed the debt burden with the additional $1.
It supports earlier research that low atrial lead placement can have a beneficial effect on the success of pacing algorithms, and also shows that the benefit of reduction in AF burden with St.
Consequently, the city's direct tax-supported debt burden with this issue is $793 per capita and 0.