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French translation of “strain”

strain

noun
(something, eg too much work etc, that causes) a state of anxiety and fatigue
tension (nerveuse)
The strain of nursing her dying husband was too much for her to suffer from strain.
(an) injury especially to a muscle caused by too much exertion
entorse, foulure
muscular strain.
too great a demand These constant delays are a strain on our patience.
(Definition of strain from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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