Synonyms for stress
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stress, emphasis, accentnoun
the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)
"he put the stress on the wrong syllable"
tension, tenseness, stressnoun
(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense
"he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"
special emphasis attached to something
"the stress was more on accuracy than on speed"
difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension
"she endured the stresses and strains of life"; "he presided over the economy during the period of the greatest stress and danger"- R.J.Samuelson
tune, melody, focus, pains, straining, strain, melodic line, tenseness, form, breed, tenor, tension, emphasis, var., air, variant, nisus, line, accent, stock, striving, nervous strain, melodic phrase, mental strain, song
(physics) force that produces strain on a physical body
"the intensity of stress is expressed in units of force divided by units of area"
stress, emphasize, emphasise, punctuate, accent, accentuateverb
to stress, single out as important
"Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet"
stress, accent, accentuateverb
put stress on; utter with an accent
"In Farsi, you accent the last syllable of each word"
try, strain, stressverb
test the limits of
"You are trying my patience!"
punctuate, strive, tense up, deform, try, sample, essay, filter out, test, try out, sift, reach, sieve, puree, examine, extend, seek, try on, filter, accentuate, separate out, strain, adjudicate, render, prove, emphasise, distort, judge, taste, filtrate, attempt, accent, tense, hear, assay, emphasize
train, pressure, tension, nervous tension, worry, anxiety, nervousness; trouble, difficulty, distres
a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances.
"he's obviously under a lot of stress"Submitted by rinat on August 15, 2019
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We are now looking at what is causing illness in order to make a big impact on it, if you're not deteriorating, it's a good idea to do what our moms told us to do: Exercise, get sleep, keep stress down and don't eat junk food.
Exercise relieves stress. Nothing relieves exercise.
I was going through an extremely stressful time, trying to complete deadlines for essays and everything on top of me, i started complaining of fatigue, high temperature and constant headaches, which I believed were stress-related. However, down below I noticed abnormal discharge appear straight after my regular period.
What we certainly got wrong here is that, when we first started buying, we should probably have stress-tested the balance sheet to price movements a little better, because they were carrying too much debt given the volatility, but they have gone through the right steps to basically de-risk that, and if you look at what they have done since the summer - the equity sale, the asset sales and the asset sales to come - and given that they are taking costs out the business, this company isn't going under. It isn't a black hole, which is what the shorts' story was.
Pilot studies have pointed to reduced stress levels after even a single bout of exercise.
Translations for stress
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- tensió, estressar, èmfasi, estrès, accentCatalan, Valencian
- stresse, stressDanish
- betonen, Stress, Betonung, Spannung, beanspruchen, stressenGerman
- δύναμη, τονίζω, τονισμός, έμφασηGreek
- tensionar, estrés, enfatizar, tensar, estresar, énfasis, tensión, acento, acentuarSpanish
- فشار, دلهرهPersian
- rasitus, painotus, kuormitus, painottaa, jännittää, stressata, stressi, jännitysFinnish
- stresser, tension, stress, emphaser, soulignerFrench
- béim ghutha, aiceannIrish
- cudromScottish Gaelic
- nyomaték, hangsúly, erő, nyomásHungarian
- stress, áhersla, streitaIcelandic
- accento, pressione, enfasi, tensione, stressItalian
- ストレス, 力説, 応力, 重きJapanese
- 강세를 넣다, 강조하다, 변형력을 주다, 스트레스, 강세, 강조, 변형력, 압박, 압박을 주다Korean
- spanning, zenuwenDutch
- emfaza, akcentować, nacisk, naprężenie, stresPolish
- tensão, estressePortuguese
- stres, încordare, tensiuneRomanian
- нажи́м, акце́нт, уси́лие, ударе́ние, напряже́ние, стресс, давле́ниеRussian
- spänning, betoningSwedish
- மன அழுத்தம்Tamil
- stres, sıkıntı, vurgulamak, altını çizmek, vurgu, tonlamaTurkish
- nhấn mạnhVietnamese
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