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Translation of "stress" - English-Turkish dictionary

stress

noun     /stres/
WORRY [C, U]
B1 feelings of worry caused by difficult situations such as problems at work gerilim, stres, baskı, sıkıntı work-related stress She's been under a lot of stress recently.Anxiety and worry - general wordsFear and phobias
IMPORTANCE [U]
special importance that you give to something önem verme, vurgulama, bilhassa belirtme At school, they laid great stress on academic achievement.Stressing and emphasizing
PHYSICAL FORCE [C, U]
physical force on something basınç, tazzik Jogging puts a lot of stress on your knee joints.Energy, force and powerPower and intensity
STRONG PART [U]
B2 when you say one part of a word more strongly vurgulama, tonlama, vurgulu söyleme In the word 'blanket', the stress is on the first syllable.Stressing and emphasizing
(Definition of stress noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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