saddled with someone or something

od. burdened with someone or something.
I’ve been saddled with the children all day. Let’s go out tonight.
I don’t want to be saddled with your work.

Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.

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  • saddle someone with (something) — saddle (someone/something) with (something) to give someone or something a difficult responsibility. Student aid often comes as loans, which can saddle students with debt for years. I hope I m not going to be saddled with all the cooking on this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • saddle with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms saddle with : present tense I/you/we/they saddle with he/she/it saddles with present participle saddling with past tense saddled with past participle saddled with saddle someone with something to give someone… …   English dictionary

  • saddle something with (something) — saddle (someone/something) with (something) to give someone or something a difficult responsibility. Student aid often comes as loans, which can saddle students with debt for years. I hope I m not going to be saddled with all the cooking on this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • saddle with (something) — saddle (someone/something) with (something) to give someone or something a difficult responsibility. Student aid often comes as loans, which can saddle students with debt for years. I hope I m not going to be saddled with all the cooking on this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • saddle sb with sth — UK US saddle sb/sth with sth Phrasal Verb with saddle({{}}/ˈsædl/ verb ► to put someone in a situation in which they have to deal with something difficult or unpleasant: »Many people do not want traditional mortgages that saddle borrowers with… …   Financial and business terms

  • saddle sb/sth with sth — UK US saddle sb/sth with sth Phrasal Verb with saddle({{}}/ˈsædl/ verb ► to put someone in a situation in which they have to deal with something difficult or unpleasant: »Many people do not want traditional mortgages that saddle borrowers with… …   Financial and business terms

  • saddle sth with sth — UK US saddle sb/sth with sth Phrasal Verb with saddle({{}}/ˈsædl/ verb ► to put someone in a situation in which they have to deal with something difficult or unpleasant: »Many people do not want traditional mortgages that saddle borrowers with… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˈsaddle sb with sth — phrasal verb to give someone something that is difficult or unpleasant to deal with The company was saddled with a huge debt last year.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • lumber with — [phrasal verb] lumber (someone) with (something) Brit, informal : to cause (someone) to have (something unwanted or unpleasant) His classmates lumbered him with [=saddled him with] an unfortunate nickname. often used as ( …   Useful english dictionary

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