Definition of take a load off someone's mind in English:

take a load off someone's mind

Bring someone relief from anxiety: providing the income you will need after you stop work can take a load off your mind
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  • Knowing that all of my reminders are safe and can be checked easily from one place definitely takes a load off my mind.
  • In the meantime, pop in your favorite movie and take a load off your mind, because you deserve it.
  • It would certainly take a load off the actor's mind that he/she may have lost Oscar because he wasn't funny enough or couldn't reach that high C, or been able to emote enough to bring out the tears.
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