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stressy

adjective uk   us   /ˈstres.i/ informal
worried and nervous: He's been stressy all day. making you feel worried and nervous: I've had a very stressy week.
Translations of “stressy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 擔心的, 神經質的, 讓你感到擔心的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 担心的, 神经质的, 让你感到担心的…
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