saddle with

phrasal verb

Definition of saddle with 

: to cause (someone or something) to have (a problem, burden, responsibility, etc.) His actions have saddled the company with too much debt. My boss saddled me with the task of organizing the conference. often used as (be) saddled with The company is saddled with an enormous amount of debt.She is saddled with a reputation for not being dependable.

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