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stressedadjective

us   /strest/ also stressed-out, /ˈstrestˈɑʊt/
worried and nervous: The kids are sick, I just lost my baby-sitter, and our toilet doesn’t work – no wonder I feel stressed-out!
(Definition of stressed from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"stressed" in Business English

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stressedadjective

uk   /strest/ us   also informal stressed out
worried and unhappy because you have too much work or too many problems to deal with: stressed (out) workers/business people/commutersbe/get/feel stressed (out) A quarter of workers interviewed said they felt 'highly stressed' at work.more/less/very stressed I feel less stressed since I've been working just part time.be stressed out about/by/over sth I'm really stressed out about work at the moment.
(Definition of stressed from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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