- bearing a heavy burden of work or difficulties or responsibilities
"she always felt burdened by the load of paper work"
- They were burdened with heavy taxes.
- In ancient times all the kings burdened the people with heavy taxes.
- A lot of sport clubs are still burdened by a monumental amount of debt. The worst thing about it, is that some of them are clubs that play a heavy role in leagues; clubs like Barcelona and Chelsea, and others more, are on the list that goes on and on.
- Therefore the asset relief effect is considerable as BankCo is not burdened by those losses.
- However, Lufthansa points out that Austrian Airlines is burdened with annual interest costs of roughly EUR […] as a result of significant interest-bearing financial liabilities and pension provisions.
- A series of tax cuts, carried out until 2005, burdened the budget further, while offsetting measures on the expenditure side were implemented only with some delay.
- However, the production division in […] is partially burdened with debt, the restructuring of which is supposed to be financed by the notified state aid.
- Second, it was still burdened by the structural weaknesses in the economy of the Berlin region, which were reflected in income per private customer that was some 15 % lower than the national average.
- However, Lufthansa points out that Austrian Airlines is burdened with annual interest costs of roughly EUR […] as a result of significant interest-bearing financial liabilities and pension provisions. Net profitability will be achieved […].
- The final year burdened with restructuring costs relating to past operations (accumulated public-law liabilities) is 2018, when PLN 45 million of extra cash flow will have to be generated for that purpose.
- The real economic value of the assets as a result of impairments is lower than the transfer value. Therefore the asset relief effect is considerable as BankCo is not burdened by those losses.
- For the same reason, and to ensure that Community institutions which are active in several Member States are not disproportionately burdened as a result of the continued responsibilities of individual Member State competent authorities for authorisation and supervision, it is essential significantly to enhance the cooperation between competent authorities.
- In Germany's view, this showed that the ‘over-endowment’ of the bank had not only not conferred any additional advantage, but that, without the special quota, it would rather have burdened the profit situation of the bank, because the remuneration for those parts of the gradually increasing assessment basis not covered by additional business would not have been matched by any income.
- According to the due diligence report produced by Amber in the first half of 2008, the current order book with deliveries scheduled for 2008 and 2009 is also burdened by a risk of significant losses due to loss-making contracts concluded without any risk-mitigating measures; this has been confirmed by Poland.
- According to the due diligence carried out by Amber in the first half of 2008, and as confirmed by Poland, the current order book with deliveries in 2008 and 2009 is also burdened with significant losses due to loss-making contracts concluded without any risk-mitigating measures or with clearly insufficient measures.