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  1. stress

    • IPA[strɛs]

    英式

    • n.
      pressure or tension exerted on a material object;the degree of stress measured in units of force per unit area.
    • v.
      give particular emphasis or importance to (a point, statement, or idea) made in speech or writing;give emphasis to (a syllable or word) when pronouncing it
    • noun: stress, plural noun: stresses

    • verb: stress, 3rd person present: stresses, gerund or present participle: stressing, past tense: stressed, past participle: stressed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. pressure or tension exerted on a material object:

      the distribution of stress is uniform across the bar

    • 2. the degree of stress measured in units of force per unit area.
    • 3. a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances:

      he's obviously under a lot of stress

      stress-related illnesses

    • 4. something that causes a state of strain or tension:

      the stresses and strains of public life

    • 5. physiological disturbance or damage caused to an organism by adverse circumstances:

      in many areas irrigation is warranted to avoid plant stress

    • 6. particular emphasis or importance:

      he has started to lay greater stress on the government's role in industry

    • 7. emphasis given to a particular syllable or word in speech, typically through a combination of relatively greater loudness, higher pitch, and longer duration:

      normally, the stress falls on the first syllable

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give particular emphasis or importance to (a point, statement, or idea) made in speech or writing:

      they stressed the need for reform

      she was anxious to stress that her daughter's safety was her only concern

    • 2. give emphasis to (a syllable or word) when pronouncing it:

      in French, the last syllable is usually stressed

    • 3. subject to pressure or tension:

      this type of workout does stress the shoulder and knee joints

    • 4. cause mental or emotional strain or tension in:

      I avoid many of the things that used to stress me before

    • 5. become tense or anxious; worry:

      don't stress—there's plenty of time to get a grip on the situation

    • adj. experiencing mental or emotional strain or tension:

    • stressed workers reported smoking more

      she should see a doctor if she is feeling particularly stressed out

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    • adj. experiencing mental or emotional strain or tension:

    • stressed workers reported smoking more

      she should see a doctor if she is feeling particularly stressed out

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    • n.
      a test of cardiovascular capacity made by monitoring the heart rate during a period of increasingly strenuous exercise.
    • v.
      subject to a stress test:
    • industry regulators unveiled plans to stress-test the nation's largest banks

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    • n.
      a test of cardiovascular capacity made by monitoring the heart rate during a period of increasingly strenuous exercise:
    • the stress test suggested that he had coronary artery disease

      you may need to have a stress test to check out your heart

    • v.
      subject to a stress test:
    • industry regulators unveiled plans to stress-test the nation's largest banks

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    • n. physiological stress experienced by a plant as a result of a lack of available moisture:

    • poor root–soil contact often creates water stress in newly transplanted trees

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    • n. physiological stress experienced by a plant as a result of a lack of available moisture:

    • with a trend to below normal rainfall, crops are likely to suffer water stress, even in the fertile north

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    • adj. suffering from mental or emotional stress:

    • this chaotic and stress-ridden world

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    • IPA[stres]

    美式

    • n.
      pressure or tension exerted on a material object:
    • the distribution of stress is uniform across the bar
    • v.
      give particular emphasis or importance to (a point, statement, or idea) made in speech or writing:
    • they stressed the need for reform

      she was anxious to stress that her daughter's safety was her only concern

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    • IPA[stres]

    美式

    • n.
      a computer programming language designed for use in solving civil engineering structural analysis problems.

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