Definition of UNBURDEN

to empty or rid of cargo <the crew was frantically unburdening the ship in an attempt to save it>
Near Antonyms charge, cram, fill, heap, jam, jam-pack, stuff
Antonyms load, pack
to set (a person or thing) free of something that encumbers <a generous friend unburdened her of that particular financial worry>
Near Antonyms bog (down), fetter, hamper, restrain, shackle, subject, weigh down, weight (down)

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